Moss Centred Heart - Missoula, Montana
"We spend this life looking for a centre, a place where we can suspend without a wobble. The specific coordinates are elusive, scalable only by the heart." - Michael Perry, Population:485, p. 202
And that wraps up this week's serendipitous nature hearts series!
I love this--so true, and so individual.ReplyDelete
Michael Perry so concisely words his keen observations of our shared human condition; I think you'd really like his writing. I read "Truck: A Love Story" a couple years ago - had my husband laughing with a couple out-loud sharings.Delete
thank-you for sharing them! enjoyed.ReplyDelete
So glad you enjoyed!Delete
Cyndy - your series is such a love-ly way to remember that love is all around us if we are open.ReplyDelete
Love how you saw a deeper level!Delete
I was a little distracted by the moss silhouette in the leaf - looks like a bouncing rabbit.