Posts Tagged ‘dawn’

Dawn following Summer Solstice

June 22, 2021

Summer Solstice yesterday, the shortest day, a dull cold day, more like autumn than summer.

From today, days get shorter, nights longer.

Pleasant late afternoon, relax reading second book in the series Before The Coffee Gets Cold with an espresso tonic.

Sunrise mid-June

June 12, 2021

Following on from incredible sunset last night, half an hour before the sun rose this morning, the sky blood red.

A farmer walking the fields in China

January 15, 2012

farmer walking the fields in China

farmer walking the fields in China

Water is the mirror of heaven as the soul is the mirror of the mind, sometimes it does not shine if there are clouds, but will do so again when the wind chase them. — Marie-Christine Grimard

A farmer is beginning his day, walking along the rice terraces at dawn.

This amazing picture, picture of the day from National Geographic magazine.

Photograph by Byongsun Ahn.

Rice Terraces, China

The Breeze at Dawn

April 8, 2011

the breeze at dawn

the breeze at dawn

The breeze at dawn
has secrets to tell you.

Don’t go back to sleep.

You must ask
for what you really want.

Don’t go back to sleep.

People are going back and forth
across the doorsill
where the two worlds touch.

The door is round and open.

Don’t go back to sleep.

— Rumi

Persian mystical poet who many claim as their own, Turkey, Iraq, Syria. In Istanbul I found collected works, the life of.

Rumi’s Masnavi, part 1: World figure or new age fad?

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