Road Hash- Art, Photograph and Memory

 

“The road to enlightenment is long and difficult, and you should try not to forget snacks and magazines.”
― Anne Lamott

 

Back in the meditative mountains. Thoughts of surrendering the parts of myself I have no control over (onto Nuit) to the universe and just getting on with it all. That too may have to be surrendered. Until then I have the beauty of some of the most amazing scenery and my family and yes lots of good books, snacks and magazines. I have no end of things to be grateful for both small and large and gratitude I have. Still I asked for this trip to be an internal one as well as external and it has been. I have been exploring my vulnerability this week and feeling it and that has been a good thing.
When it comes to any kind of development baby steps are not only ok, they may be essential.
We are already there and miles to go before I sleep are both true and the paradox is as beautiful as any mountain pass.
Blessings, G

 

Click on images to see full-sized:

 

Art:

 

Abstract CAbstract C by G A Rosenberg

 

Photograph:

 

Stormy Afternoon in Canadian RockiesStormy Afternoon in Canadian Rockies

 

Memory:

 

The Stress of holding on too tightThe Burden of Holding On to Tight by G A Rosenberg

 

0 thoughts on “Road Hash- Art, Photograph and Memory”

  1. Love the quote and the artwork is wonderful…we are so blessed to have those mountains of mystery so close. If still traveling, or even if not, happy and safe trails my friend…

    1. There seems to be no end of new roads to walk down tho in the next few weeks they will be further afield than i’ve traveled before. Thank you

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