Sunday, September 24, 2006

Learning to breathe

I will not spoil this by trying to add words...sunrise this morning...

13 comments:

Wobbler! said...

As you said earlier this week....mercies are new every morning. What more of a fantastic reminder could we need?

Awareness said...

Stunning!

Believe it or not, the vista is similar to mine, though I look out onto a river. There was a similar sunrise a couple of mornings ago that took my breath away. I sat in my living room with all the lights out...sipped on my cup of tea and took it all in. Pure poetry.

The Harbour of Ourselves said...

Wobbler, yep, for all our theological musings a look at mother nature doeas somewhat render us speechless

Dana, as i am sat commenting, another sunrise is taking place as beautiful as the one in the pic - I'm drinking pink gratefruit tho - so i will stop writing and drink more than the juice tho....

Niki said...

wow is that Guernsey?

The Harbour of Ourselves said...

afraid so niki, looking out towards herm from st peter port....not a bad place to live after all eh?

hope you ok - some heavy stuff on this blog of late - please rant and question any time you like

paul

Niki said...

It's gorgeous. Where I live in St Sampson I can see right across to Herm and I love walking early in the morning along the beach...
I'm in a depression at the mo. Will write properly when I get back. x

Awareness said...

Your photo intrigued me so much that I took it upon myself to look up Cotils. I wanted to see more of Guernsey. My goodness, it's beautiful and so inviting looking. And what a view you must have everyday.....an ever changing vista of light and colour. I have a feeling that I would thoroughly enjoy taking part in a retreat on the grounds of Cotils.
How lucky you are.

Off to make a cup of tea and catch this morning's sunrise symphony.

Awareness said...

Your photo intrigued me so much that I took it upon myself to look up Cotils. I wanted to see more of Guernsey. My goodness, it's beautiful and so inviting looking. And what a view you must have everyday.....an ever changing vista of light and colour. I have a feeling that I would thoroughly enjoy taking part in a retreat on the grounds of Cotils.
How lucky you are.

Off to make a cup of tea and catch this morning's sunrise symphony.

Jules said...

A bit delayed but just been catching up on the monumental comments entry the other day.

Please start a church for people who don't like church - or maybe I should! (he he)

I know it's not for kids but can someone on here give me their views on the 'Toronto Blessing'thing as it's had quite a bit of influence on people I know?

Mata H said...

can we take a brief discussion offline? You can use the email blogquestions at aol dot com to drop me an email if you'd like. please connect.

Seeing Without Eyes said...

What an amazing photograph...painfully beautiful...it is urging me to visit your wonderful island again - 8 years or so is far too long a time to stay away.

skinnylittleblonde said...

beautiful.

Julie said...

amazing - it's like a reminder to stop and revel in creation