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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Edward Young

"'Tis greatly wise to talk with our past hours; And ask them what report they bore to heaven: And how they might have borne more welcome news."

Monday, March 17, 2008

The Hunt

Nostrils flared, ears canted forward on high alert, and every sensation is processed, analyzed and deciphered into two simple categories; friend or foe. I am neither the Lion nor the Gazelle. I am both the hunter and the hunted.

The symbolically, unseen warm breeze sways the tall dry grass exposing my form. My betrayal is complete as my scent is carried across the landscape alerting any who search for clues to my presence. My heart races with fear, and yet leaps with excitement that I may become the victor. The sun falls from it's climatic arch, sinking into the horizons' vast abyss. Night will soon creep into this daunting chase of life and death.

This dance with fate is one of life's constants; moving to the rhythm of time and driven by the internal need of survival. It is cloaked in a battle between the desire for total concealment and the need for complete exposure. Always anxious and fearful of the possibilities hidden in the next moment life chooses to reveal.

Who am I?

Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Edwin Way Teale

"Change is a measure of time and, in the autumn, time seems speeded up. What was is not and never again will be; what is is change."

How the hell did I get into this mess?

Have you ever gotten yourself into one of those sticky situations where you start to make deals with God?

You know the ones I am talking about. God if you get me out of this one I will go to church every Sunday, kind of deals.

Well this Bear can relate to all of us who have made those deals. What is amazing is that what you are seeing is in of it self a miracle. Our furry family member got scared when two cars crossed the bridge the same time he was using it. He ran and jumped over the edge and some how grabbed the ledge and pulled himself from certain death. I would think that his next question was " now what?" The story does have a happy ending. The rangers were able to get a net under the bridge and get him off the arch and lowered to safety. I guess God does look after us all even despite ourselves.

This picture was sent to me and I thought I would share, it was time for something lite anyway!

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