Tuesday, November 27, 2007
This morning there is about twice as much on the ground. Yes, it's beautiful - it is a blanket of silence, absorbing the rougher sounds of human activity and somehow amplifying the sounds of nature - a clump of snow falling, a bird chirping, a branch cracking. It purifies like a wash of light over a dark landscape.
It's also useful to clump into balls and throw at other people, preferably from behind.
Alas, now I have to shovel my drive so a collegue can make it in for a meeting (I work from home).
of snow falling at night.
Don't you dare get any
of that snow down my back!
its difficult to enjoy snow in scotland, if we get any its wet horrible stuff.
I love snow. It's so quiet. Although I love loud music, I hate all the extraneous noise in this world. It drives my ADD inflicted brain apeshit.
Pleeeeeeeeeease let me into Canada again :-)
Thanks for dropping by my blog!
I really like your blog and I WOULD love to know more about your monastic life. I am very intrigued by spiritual retreat.
Would you call it a retreat?
I am also interested to know what brought you to live a monastic life. I think lots of people would be interested in this as it is an area and an image that we all know from the outside, but very few from the "other" side.
I love your don't stress post...phew, I definately think you are right on there.
Have a great day!
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