sloppy buddhist

World’s first emergency number

In Bird, British Columbia, Buddhist philosophical concepts, Colour photography, FujiX100V, Landscape, Learning, Photography, Words of music on 2021/07/14 at 04:00

According to Buddha

Be patient. You’ll know when it’s time for you to wake up and move ahead.

i fell back
i lost my track
as my chin sags
and my eyes go black
i want all my senses back


a day or so ago South Thompson River Valley, July 2021

  1. Time to wake up and move ahead is everyday somewhere between 7 – 8 am.

    • Well I’m much earlier than that but I do go to sleep early ☺️🤓 everyday is another brand new 24 hours 🕊sending you joy ☺️💫

  2. Lovely photos.

  3. A rousing set

  4. You’ll know when it’s time!
    Hedy, how did you know
    this was the exact question
    on my mind!
    you’re cool! Eddie

  5. Haha! Being outside in the air is just the best feeling! Great photos! 💐🙋‍♂️

    • Right 🌞 so quiet and dark on the mountain…only the hummingbird “jetsons” sounds as they played and flew about…so joyful 🐦…I also love to be outside Ashley…sending joy hedy 🙋‍♀️🕊

  6. Lovely quote at the start, it’s important to allow sufficient time to rest❤

  7. That opening image is just lovely! Also the quote – a good reminder.
    Alison xo

  8. Oh yes … sending good vibes to you, your loved ones and your lovely dog!

  9. Lovely photos and poem, Hedy. 💖

  10. An old boss of mine used to say that thrive flows in its own time. It took a long time to learn that.

    • Yes I also had a yoga teacher who said this…un/learning can be slow…the deer and hummingbird also showed me that…sending you joy Ray ☺️💫🕊

  11. Beautiful and touching. 🙏🏻♥️

  12. Baeutiful photos and words. To learn how to be patient…

  13. Lovely post

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  15. Oh, what a delight, Hedy! I love the way this varied series of images conveys the whole atmosphere of a certain kind of summer day. Of course, I love the opening shot but it’s the swinging back and forth between subjects here that makes it so nice.

    • Thanks kindly Lynn I always appreciate the words you share and how you see…always humbled thank you for your comments ~ sending love and all good things 💝🕊💝hugs hedy

  16. Lovely. I thought about you 2 weeks ago in Brittany as we took a costal path in the woods. It had been so long since I’d taken a “road” in a (not yellow) wood. With the sea below as an added treat. (Hope this comment works… I am very late) Tot ziens

    • ☺️🙋‍♀️😎glad you’re enjoying Brittany sending you joy … I’ll get over to your blog and see what’s happening 🤓🕊🌞 summer joy and fun to you Brian

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