The Walk to Take Today

 

“The place to observe nature is where you are:

the walk to take to-day is the walk you took yesterday.

You will not find just the same things.”

John Burroughs

 

This is sometimes quoted as, “To learn something new, take the path that you took yesterday.”

Nurture peace. Cultivate kindness. Carry the calm.

 

Nature of the week:

Shadow of the Week:

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Text and photos © 2020 Karyn Henley. All rights reserved.

Fast or Far?

“If you walk by yourself, you can go fast.

If you walk with others, you can go far.”

– old proverb –

 

Nurture peace within yourself and among others. Worry and agitation can be contagious. But so can serenity and calm. So cultivate inner peace, carry the calm, and may you go far.

Nature of the week – a contorted Filbert – at Cheekwood Botanical Gardens:

Shadow of the Week:

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Where Your Steps Will Take You

 

“[I]n an average lifetime a person walks about 65,000 miles.

That’s 2 1/2 times around the world.

I wonder where your steps will take you.

I wonder how you’ll use the rest of the miles you’re given.”

Mr. Rogers

 

May your steps echo the peace of your heartbeat.

Nurture peace, cultivate kindness, and carry the calm.

 

Nature of the week:

Shadow of the Week – books on a table, creating a profile:

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Text and photos © 2018 Karyn Henley. All rights reserved.