Tag Archives: nature

Are We All Playing on The Devil’s Team?

Even Sidney Poitier Made Mistakes* It’s a tricky thing, reviewing our lives. If we’re brutally honest with ourselves, it can be devastating. A dissertation on the nature of man, for your edification. You realize that a tiger, following its nature, … Continue reading

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What the Flamin’ Heck?!

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Foreshadowing: Like a Scene from “The Birds”…

Seagulls in Silhouette

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Our Virginia Creeper is Just Starting to Turn Colour

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Evidently, the Sumac Leaves have Changed by 30%

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Need to Get Away from the Worries of the World?

Murdoch River, near Alban, Ontario, Canada

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An Oasis of Wildflowers in the Middle of a City

Heather and Hemlock In the meadow behind Essa Veterinary Services, 62 Hooper Road, Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

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On Further Reflection…

Mike’s ‘reading’ of me, which I wrote about yesterday, could have been about himself. In fact, some parts of the first section were almost word-for-word what his astrology analysis stated. But that shouldn’t surprise me because we cannot perceive in … Continue reading

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We are One with All Creation

My Octopus Teacher (2020) As a documentary, this little film is perfect. From our usual limited perspective (meaning, on dry land), we presume to be the Masters of the Universe. But, underwater, we are just observers, normally. Welcome to a … Continue reading

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The Beaver House (a manuscript)

Chapter One The beaver house stood in the middle of the pond. No one was around. The snow lay in drifts on the bank of the pond as ice totally covered the water, except for a large slit which wasn’t … Continue reading

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