Tuesday, March 18, 2008


When the sky is blue and clouds are few and the sun shines bright but not too hot, I meditate on what I've got and what I'd give to live each waking day in this kind and carefree way.

I marvel at the towering trees, revel to the balmy breeze, am grateful to the buzzing bees that sting a bit but bring a bit of sweetness to the land that is home to my family that means so very much to me.

When I die I take comfort I will lie in peace and tranquillity among the gifts that God has given me and granted me the ability to reimburse my mother, Earth, for the wealth, the health and worth she has bestowed on me.


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