I tried to get the word wrap to work right on my posts but now am guessing that as long
as the final message is submitted via the Safari browser there is no avoiding the line
returns that give the impression that one is perhaps on safari and zigzagging around trees
and manouevering through the bush. Once again my apologies since I can hardly go
tinkering with a computer that does not even belong to me...
I have spent almost a week now without much sightseeing but immersed instead looking
within. If I was adopting movie titles to caption my life, I guess I would have to choose
"Interiors" - at least for its title if not for its plot... Just as I wrote recently in Inspiration
Letters that it is difficult to discuss the inner life, I again find myself in the same plight.
I have settled into harbor with interior moorings and feel that my inner being is richly fed
with the opportunity to temporarily leave behind the workaday world.
It is also a delight to turn my focus within surrounded by a beautiful setting. The days
have been bright and sunny and I walk past fruit trees laden with oranges and lemons. The
mountains frame a stunning landscape over the ocean. Palm trees and flowers defnitely
make the winter weather potentially unfolding back home seem rather remote. I have
added a few photos - mostly just atmospheric shots where I'm staying in my album at:
I have been happy to see friends from distant shores as well. Yes, Doris and I have broken
bread together and I am so happy to see her here. My life has mostly been quite relaxing
and healing of late and feels like just what the doctor ordered. Besides, when exercising
the muscles of the spiritual heart, it rightly doesn't matter as much if my thinking power is
still on the mend. It just makes it harder to write and I hope that my messages manage to
still share some small manner of substance. I do like to write so in that regard I miss the
facile ability to put thoughts on paper.
I think next week I will be visiting some more outer moorings so the chance for travel
news will pick up a bit. I hope this message finds everyone well and happy and I do hope
that you enjoy Jogyata and Prachar's eloquent musings shared here lately as well. Lastly, I
offer hearty congratulations to Mahiruha, formerly known as Morris.