Recovering Wonder


“Now I yearn for one of those old, meandering, dry uninhabited roads . . .

where your head is more in heaven than your feet are on Earth . . .

There I can walk, and recover the lost child that I am . . .”

– Henry David Thoreau, A Writer’s Journal –

I traveled fifteen magical roads this week. They’re neither dry nor uninhabited, and while they are real, I walked them by viewing them on the Mind Circle site: “15 of the World’s Most Magical Streets Shaded by Flowers and Trees.” I invite you to spend a few peaceful moments in these gorgeous places – and recover a bit of your childlike sense of wonder. I’ll return to my own photographs next week. Meanwhile, enjoy the link!

Nurture peace, cultivate kindness, and carry the calm.


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