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Friday, July 14, 2017

Treasures at our park ♥

The magic begins 

Make a wish

Nature's Art

Wild Flowers

Dragonflys represent the deeper meaning of life.

The park always ends with a chill session. He's an observer ♥

Morning Quotes 7/14/17

“I've finally learned 
to tell fantasy from reality. 
And, knowing the difference, 
I choose fantasy.”
     ~ David Henry Hwang 

“Your intentions create
your experiences.”
     ~ Doreen Virtue

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Morning Quotes 7/13/17

“The latter part of a wise person's life 
is occupied with curing the follies, 
prejudices, and false opinions 
they contracted earlier.”
     ~  Jonathan Swift

“Knowing yourself is the 
beginning of all wisdom.”
     ~ Aristotle

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Morning Quotes 7/12/17

It is pointless to believe what we see,
if we only see what we believe.
     ~adapted, Marie Lu

 If we cannot change our minds
we cannot change anything.
     ~adapted, George Bernard Shaw 

Observe with an open mind.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Morning Quotes 7/11/17 (magical number)

One must learn from history 
so as not to repeat it, 
but one must not waste 
one's energy or time worrying 
about what might have been.
     ~ Steve Perry, Journey

We can’t live our whole lives
if we shut down with regret.
     ~adapted,  Steve Perry, Journey

I have simply said that 
there's just a side of me 
that could not judge 
anybody singing. 
It's not who I am. 
I don't want to be that person. 
     ~ Steve Perry, Journey

Monday, July 10, 2017

Morning Quotes 7/10/17

We must never forget that it is 
through our actions, words 
and thoughts that we have a choice. 
     ~ Sogyal Rinpoche 

“In Chinese, the word for heart 
and mind is the same -- Hsin. 
For when the heart is open 
and the mind is clear they are 
of one substance, of one essence.”
     ~ Stephen Levine 

Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Magic of Nature

A monarch butterfly getting it's nutrients from my 
freshly bloomed daisies right before 
the thunderstorm, torrential rain, and winds, yesterday... 

Monarch butterflies are known for the incredible mass migration that brings millions of them to California and Mexico each winter.
North American monarchs are the only butterflies that make such a massive journey—up to 3,000 miles. The insects must begin this journey each fall ahead of cold weather, which will kill them if they tarry too long.
Life Cycle
Monarch butterflies begin life as eggs and hatch as larvae that eat their eggshells and, subsequently, the milkweed plants on which they were placed. (Monarchs are dependent on milkweed plants, which larvae eat nearly exclusively.)