Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Tale of the Storm

El Huaso Years ago whilst riding in a remote part of the Andes Mountains of Chile I met an old man, the kind of person you tend to never forget: quiet in his ways, unassuming, grateful for everything each day brought … Continue reading

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The Bumble Bee

Aerodynamically the bumble bee shouldn’t be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn’t know it so he goes on flying anyway.  Mary Kay Ash

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Local Travel to a Place far Away

She was no stranger to the area, but Secret Beach had never revealed itself to her. Today, an impulse, perhaps it was her solitary state of mind, led her down the narrow, grassy path, the path she normally walked by, … Continue reading

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Nature’s Healing Powers

The wind cools her hot, feverish body. The waves lull her aching mind. Well she is not. But as comfortable as she will ever be on this day.

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Lost

  When we say we are lost – are we just not simply in a different place?

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Santiago Road Work

Cada manana al despertar, mi corazon y mi alma se alegran al saber que tu no eres un sueno. Que tu eres mi realidad. Every morning as I wake up my body and my soul rejoice in knowing that you … Continue reading

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Cookies

When cookies get old enough they crumble all by themselves.

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