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Krka National Park

The Krka National park in Croatia contains 109 square miles along the Krka River.  Containing hundreds of various flora and fauna, it is a wildlife area that is serene as well as peaceful.  Being able to either boat, walk, or

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Ein Gedi

The Ein Gedi (Kid spring) spring itself is located on the western shore of the Dead Sea, and is the largest desert oasis in Israel.  It is watered by four springs. Its fresh waters made the settlement possible since ancient

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Chebika, Tunisa

Desert oases offer an interesting meditation and symbolic presence.  In the middle of a harsh and unrelenting landscape (desert, scrub, rocks, sand) lies what is often an idyllic and serene place.  If the oasis provides freshwater, these oasis even become

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Iguaçu Falls

The Iguaçu Falls lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil in South America.  The falls divide the Iguaçu River into the upper and lower sections.  While the river itself flows through Brazil for the majority of its course, the

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Hidden From Heaven’s Eyes

Drops striking the ground like music from the gods.  Green erupting, the smell of creosote and clean air.  Streets become streams, the clouds veiling the eyes of heaven.  All is quiet.  All is dark.  All is hidden.       

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Falling Water

Falling Water, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s three great projects, was designed and built in the southwestern Pennsylvania Mountains between 1936 and 1939.  Utilizing aspects of Japanese architecture, Falling Water was designed to combine the living area of the residents

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Climbing the Dew Kissed Mountain

Silent breeze blows limbs Stirring red carnation leaves. A waterfall waits.   Ivy curls around Draped across the rolling hills. Soft branches brush stone.   In the distant heat The night lily opens slow. Alabaster blush.

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Baishuitai

Located on the upper Yangtze river, the village of Baishuitai is known for its mineral elements and traces formed from calcium built up as the river flows over them.  Sitting and meditating on the nature of water allows us to

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Hermann Park

This week’s retreat takes us back to the urban center of the United States and is for one of the frequent retreat visitors.  Hermann Park is located in Houston, TX near Rice University and offers walking paths as well as

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Elan Mudrow

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A Thousand Haiku

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Original poetry, commentary, and fiction. All copyrights reserved.

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"A torn jacket is soon mended, but hard words bruise the heart of a child." Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Bonsai advice

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The personal bonsai blog of Aarin Packard, Assistant Curator of the National Bonsai & Penjing Museum

Yuki Teikei Haiku Society

celebrating Japanese traditions in English-language haiku

Connecting Beyond

Beyond The Known

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For complete works, go to www.InfiniteVisionArt.com

Contemplative Pathways

One Self traveling many pathways.  One Being expressing as many lives.

Writing and Works

Poetry & Prose by Carol J Forrester

Ian Stewart Black

Modern master of classical poetry

Tŷ Celf

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Line Of The Week

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Just Contemplations

Contemplations expressed through the written word...

Friendly Fairy Tales

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The Pump Handle

A water cooler for the public health crowd