Click image to enlarge. Photo: (C) 2020 ElizaBeth Coira. The wild truth of an eastern Washington wildflower blooms in spring.
In these difficult times, may we dream, incubate, and ultimately choose new and better ways, out of the blind consumerism that has blanketed our beautiful planet in pollution and desecration of all kinds. In the midst of of this planetary pause, may we recall the pleasure of simpler ways, in harmony, in balance with the gifts all around. Happy Beltane.
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Photograph: (C)2019 ElizaBeth Coira. A sacred grove in the Hoh Rain Forest, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA.
Wishing you all a wonderful, bright, joyous day filled with Love 💜🌞💜
I am reminded that Thanksgiving day, here in the US, can invoke different feelings for different folks. For many, it is a time to gather with family and friends in joy, love, and celebration. For those that have lost loved ones, this can also be a difficult time. And for those who have lost countless family members and entire ways of simply being…a very real part of the Thanksgiving story and legacy…I too reflect on that immeasurable sense of loss and trauma still playing out today.
The good news is we have an opportunity, to come together, today and everyday…to acknowledge, heal, respect, share, and interconnect…to create and open brighter possibilities, a better way…Together. We’re all in it together, here and now. I’m thankful to share this possibility, and round of existence with you my friends.