The deepest heart questions in my life are always addressed/calmed/reassured by water, wind, trees/wisdom of other species/sitting in the real world outside of our humanly contrived one. love and peace be with you; for That Is the Force, lol
Yes I am just sitting on the sidelines , I came back with the Native American spelling of "Mountain Bear" ... Ada (or) Wa jo are the two words found for mountain Every tribe could agree on the word for a bear . Awasos .
There is a lesson here when one person dose harm to one person , that harm hurts everyone, as a person who suffering harm is less willing to reach out to others . I am getting involved with another web site , much like this one but from Europe ... helping Hippie Angel on We Choose Love ; I have a personal friend who is an INTERNET TECH who is willing to help with the site .
I had the INTERNET TECH check out the internet server & Hippie Angel's web site ; We are going to try to avoid scamer's & spammers , those who apply are sent E- mails a response is needed before there is an acceptance of membership to know who you are ; and a little about you , this is not handled by me , how ever I can invite you to join : We Choose Love through the group .
I would be very cautious of those who want you to go off site to have contact , as they can do you harm , without your knowing it ; phishing and mining INFO : from your computer you don't know about ... My experience . never leave a trusted site to contact anyone unless you know them .
Cranes would be correct! These are Whooping Cranes. Birdwatchers all over the country travel to their mating grounds (not KY, I don't think; they migrate thru KY) to watch their incredible dance. They are one of the most coveted birds to see in the US. I have not seen them. I have a sister who lives outside Glasgow who sent me pictures. I get excited just from the pic!
I love your Einstein quote; and your take on it! What a fine lens to see the world.
I spent my teen years in KY (Lexington); still have good friends, family there. Your life looks quintessential KY. I can see bluegrass festivals, big family gatherings, responsible hunting, wild food on the table, forest outings, caving... a full, great life! Even my more citified life there included some of that (still does). Here's a pic I think you'd like my sister sent from Glasgow:
Brittnay! VBS Seeing things through the eyes of a child keeps us fresh and in awe, doesn't it! Beautiful baby, he is too. I am great grandmother of four and one of my little guys is an almost red head too. Namaste