This waterwheel in Hakone reminded me of Rumi’s poem about a waterwheel ❤️ Stay together, friends. Don’t scatter and sleep. Our friendship is made of being awake. The waterwheel accepts water and turns and gives it away, weeping. That way it stays in the garden, whereas another roundness rolls through a dry riverbed looking for […]
Things that seem so bad now can sometimes seem like gifts looking back. Like these angels – from this angle they look dark, but if the photo was taken from the other side, they would be light.
When I was taking Dan to school this morning, he suddenly shouted ‘Dappled light!’ when he saw some created by the tree leaf shadows and the sun. It reminded me of one of the few poems I remember from school which I quite like – Pied Beauty Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–89) GLORY be to God […]