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Earth of plenty

The last few months I was lucky enough to spend some time in Nature's lap. I could see how mother Earth took care of her child (- Nature) and made her feel good.


From time to time she washed her and showered her. For the holidays she dressed her into white. With the wind she helped the Nature to fix her hair. And with the singing birds she gently woke her up. When you are so close to this magnificant being, like in a womb of mother Earth, you don't have any words left. Quietly you listen to the beating of big heart, decanting of blood (the rivers and streams) through the blood vessels, surrendering to the rhythm which takes you away. The time flies, but you feel fulfilled and happy - in the world of abundance, the world of plenty.


I hope, the day, when I will be able to share this love to Earth with kids and you, is near. That we all get closer to Nature, to caress her with our creative hands and to whisper tender lullabies to her ear. The time in the womb, in silence, is almost over..., the birth is near by and hopefully there will be enough time for new experiments, explorations - with the camera or without it. Although, I must admit, the silence is so full of rich words..., that it is hard to leave this safe and fulfilling world.


The Earth of plenty is round and it never ends. It gives, gives, gives in so many different ways, that we would finally see, understand, take and give - like she does. I've never met such a creative, universal being as the Earth is. Therefore, dear Earth, all the best and let me touch you and feel you for many, many more years. Thank you!



In one of the Sience museums they gave us a task to sit on a wheel chair and test ourselves with it. There were the obstacles that people on wheel chairs face in their daily life - every single day.  


What a challange! And we only had to try this within a few square meters!

And these days, while learning a foreign language, I watched the movies with the subtitles for deaf-and-dumb and thought, that I must dedicate one of December posts to all the people who take care of the disabled people

I would like to say thanks to all inventors who make our lives easier by inventing instruments that help us to be 'us' again. And thank you to all those people who stand beside disabled, day and night, all their life... if necessary.

But I would also like to say thanks to all disabled, because they are my example, how fully I should live my life, and how should I cherish everything I have and everything I am. Thank you!  


Question #2:

What kind of obstacle disables you in your life or of which obstacle are you affraid of? (And you're thankful for the instrument that helps you to be you or you are thankful for the perfectly working and whole Self).

My obstacle are the eyes as I don't see well. Sometimes I'm scared that my sight will get worse, and I just can't imagine my life without my sight! I would do everything to see clearly again! How about you?