Vital Visual

I need the river right now…so much on my plate…so much running away with me and. And there’s nothing like a river to flow me back home, into resonance with all that hums eternal rest even in the rapids of life’s twists of fate, fateful choices and “accidents.” My tribute to all we experience when we both rest and flow, go and grow along the winding trails of life…

smooth and crashing
smooth and crashing

I can’t not turn to Tallulah peace. It sings and shines both retreat and release, both advance and decide. It hums that ancient abide. Flow Tallulah, flow…

Vital (?!) Visual (!) . . .

No Drive-By Tossers Allowed
No Drive-By Tossers Allowed
I dunno. It’s just darkly hilarious. I like dark humor. Then you imagine someone actually tossing an animal over the fence and it’s not as funny! But here it is. I’m posting it because I’m amazed that such a sign is actually necessary. This is the world we live in!!!! WOW. Toss me over the fence and drive away!!! Heartless….
Dave Grant sent me this a while back. I don’t know if he took it or if it’s someone else’s. Oh and yeah, last time I checked it’s the OTHER left…

Vital Visual . . .

My world is in the spin cycle…my head hums with the pressure of so many things crammed and this song rolls through my morning…“all we are, we are…every day’s the start of something beautiful…” and it’s all true at once. And I can’t run from any of it. I only want to run just long enough to find my courage, the kind of courage that can juggle many issues roiling and find the meaning most powerful in the moment…where is it? What is it? It is love and honor and the most basic layers down under, under and under . . .

Be Careful...You Might Live
Be Careful...You Might Live
Sing me cryptic weird and
crammed full of stuff.
And there it is…
courage again.
Time to dive in…

Vital Visual . . .

River's Winding Roll Down Below
River's Winding Roll Down Below

 

While in Georgia visiting family and friends, my sister, children, nephew and I travelled to our favorite Tallulah River spot. We got there just in time for the rains. It was a first for us, to get there and be rained out. But we changed our agenda and ventured away from the typical routine, ending up at Tallulah Gorge in a great store with the perfect lookout spot.

Tallulah’s my place. It’s where my ashes will flow, where my heart sings and my spirit finds deep resonance with the Divine, with a vibrant vitality indestructible.