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December 2007, San Jose, Costa Rica: This is a statue of a street sweeper. I was enchanted by a culture that would so honor the people who keep their capitol city clean. In the next few days, I would come to further appreciate the locals’ friendliness and intelligence. (The security guard at the museum became my personal docent. The dental student on a fishing trip knew quite lot about the American healthcare system. Everybody spoke at least some English.) I will go back.
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It’s a Quiet Experience, riding a horse.
A Secret Language only You and Your Horse understand.
An Individual Relationship: Family. Friend. Lover.
Looking on, what would be seen?
Not two — but One — in
Thought. Movement. Energy.
Separate Rider from Horse, and neither would be here, doing this!
Rider: sets the Intention. The Direction. The Pace.
Horse: gives the Momentum — the Movement.
1,000 pounds of flesh springing out Lighter than Air.
God-given Unity of Inter-Species Connectedness few have truly Experienced.
Outside of Time. Outside of Space.
Quantum Entanglement of Bodies. Souls. Thoughts. Intentions.
The Ultimate Unity.
And available to us Humans — right here on Planet Earth.
Becoming one with.
~ Soul Saint ~
Good Horse ~ Willing Partner:
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Welcome to my wrap-up post for Week 32 of our 52 Week Photo Project
The theme for Week 32: Water
Water – I must admit I went a bit teacher-y with my photo this week and even did some research on bluebottles to share with you all – they are really amazing creatures! I chose this photo as I loved the colour, the frilly bits and the different perspective of the bluebottle.
A bluebottle is a pretty little sea creature with a painful sting in its tail (or tentacles). Bluebottles are fascinating creatures and despite appearing to be single animals they’re actually colonial organisms known as siphonophores. This was one of many found in the water, and washed up on the beach, on the NSW South Coast. One of them left its mark on a Finnish Exchange student’s ankle while she was learning to surf. Did you know a group of…
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I am always looking for new salad dressings to keep my salads interesting and this one is a keeper. It is light with a bang of garlic and lemony goodness. This dressing is also versatile. You can use it as a salad dressing or pour it over steamed veggies, spaghetti squash or a baked potato.
1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk or plant based milk of your choosing
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1/4 cup tahini
juice of one lemon
Add all to a blender and blend until smooth.