“Wherever you have friends, that’s your country.
Wherever you receive love, that’s your home.”
Tibetan proverb quoted by the Dalai Lama in The Book of Joy (I highly recommend this book!)
This quote brilliantly summarizes my experience of life with and as an exchange student. Half your heart has moved to a new location.
I knew I was on the right track. Is it okay to share this?
Absolutely. Check out the book. I’ve just started it, but I’m really inspired! 🙂
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Hello, Mrs. Bird!
How the weather up in yourside of the woods?
Cool an breezy…
So hot! Nearly 30 degrees today!
Thatś what we get when we pump oil out of the ground, replacing it with water…
This blue planet we call home, just doesn´t like
that an decided to make some unwanted adjustments..
It will only get hotter…
I was having an very interesting conversation with a geologist about this very subject this weekend. He has a recovery business. He assures that fracking is not as horrible as we think, nor does it do quite the damage the media reports. He does say that the oil industry pumping potable water into fissures to bring up natural gas is a problem, though. I’m not quite sure I’m convinced, but it was interesting to hear his perspective.
Legacy of the dinosaurs…
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Agree! Half my heart — un demi coeur — still resides in France.
hmmm….makes me wonder
what are you wondering?
Priorities and life choices 🙂
I hope you feel at home.