A quiet contemplation

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Autumn is certainly in the air today – and I’ve been revisiting the rich greenness of a long and lovely summer. A greenness not entirely defeated even in unusual extremes of heat. Lovely in more ways than I can count. I’m thankful and – meditating – look to the days and weeks and months calling us all onwards …

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5 thoughts on “A quiet contemplation

  1. Ohmygosh, Simon, your evocation of autumn is so alluring. Arguably my favorite time of year…a nip in the air, early morning frost on the grass, a peaceful afternoon walk…the sun’s warming rays penetrating a light sweater, a fire on the hearth, perhaps something fragrant in the crock pot on a lazy Saturday afternoon…it practically makes me swoon in delight. 🍁🍁🥰🥰 xx

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    1. Thank you, dear Lori. Your own evocation here is absolutely beautiful too! For some lovely reason ‘when autumn leaves start to fall’ (Eva Cassidy) makes me think of Prince Edward Island, Gilbert, and Anne of Green Gables 🔆🌱🍂🍁xx

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      1. Ahhh, thank you, Simon. And it will likely surprise you not at all that I adore Eva Cassidy…a bright light gone much too soon. Here’s to brisk walks, hot cider and all the rest of the season’s delights…. 🙂 xx

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  2. Yes to ‘a quiet contemplation’! The window is there, Yet, all too often we fail to raise the blind to let the light in and to contemplate the wonderful, God given view which repays our attention; the view which, in this instance, suggests perspective. It seems also, to suggest an invitation to venture forth, to experience rather than just simply to look, although contemplation is at least a start. A x

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