ALONG WITH SOMETHING ELSE GOOD

Just a taste of what’s popping up. In case you were looking for a prompt.

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  1. In Hebrew, breath and soul share the same word. (And thus, by extension: “I breathe, therefore I am.” As well as, “I breathe, therefore I’m inspired.” Remember, too, God breathed into the first human, Adam, giving humanity life, animation, and awareness.)
  2. Without a sense of rhythm, how little progress. Never overlook the drummer.
  3. Driving along, we keep laughing as we notice of every barn and not a few houses, as we acknowledge they needed of scraping and painting. As well as reroofing. Of course, we’ve just done ours. For now.
  4. They’re canning tomatoes these days. And peaches. Where will they all go?
  5. The Style of my own Eye. For now, back to the camera.
  6. Regarding the Song of Songs, a voice cries out, “What happens when we lose that Lover?”
  7. Watching two girls do the yoga sun salutation sequence on their patio, I find myself with a tinge of anger or disgust – something unexpected and hostile. Along with something else good, all remembering the circle. More centrally, whatever, about Swami that leaves me conflicted.
  8. I’m still amazed by the range of color in clear ocean water when I’m tide-pooling in the rockweed. Everything’s so crystalline in brilliant sunlight!
  9. A hummingbird at a prayer flag. I suppose it’s mostly about color.
  10. The Dover Greek Festival held every Labor Day weekend has introduced me to more than our local Orthodox community. I love the word “kefi” – joy, spirit, happiness, triumph, feeling good, mojo, loving life, and so on. Not a bad outlook on life, when you can.

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Designed by Charles Bulfinch, who defined much of Boston's architectural style, the Massachusetts State House remains an imposing structure. It faces the Boston Common.
Designed by Charles Bulfinch, who defined much of Boston’s architectural style, the Massachusetts State House remains an imposing structure. It faces the Boston Common. 

 

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