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Quietly and effortlessly sit and look with keen awareness (and unity) at nature; see its…

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The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly ... photo by Thomas Peace 2014

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly … photo by Thomas Peace 2014

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My Blog primarily consists of close-up nature photos (that I've taken locally) combined with original holistic-truth oriented prose and/or poetry involving mindfulness/awareness. I love nature and I love understanding the whole (not merely the parts and the details). I'm a retired teacher of the multiply handicapped. I have a number of interesting hobbies, such as fossil collecting, sport-kite flying, 3D and 2D close-up photography, holography, and pets. Most of all, I am into holistic self-awareness, spontaneous insight, unconventional observation/direct perception, mindfulness, meditation, world peace, non-fragmentation, population control, vegetarianism, and green energy. To follow my unique Blog of "Nature Photos and Mindfulness Sayings" and for RSS feeds to my new posts, please access at: tom8pie.com (On my regular Blog posting pages, for additional information and to follow, simply click on the "tack icon" at the upper right corner... or, on my profile page, you can click on the "Thomas Peace" icon.) Stay mindful, understanding, and caring!...

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  1. Reblogged this on Shamanic Paths and commented:
    We have become so insulated from the rigors of nature, that we often forget (at our peril) that she is the one with the control. This short from Thomas struck home the importance of setting aside time in our daily lives to reconnect, feel (truly feel) our place in nature, and simply enjoy the beauty and wonder of it all…

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  2. Thanks much for the reblog, Running Elk! It’s unfortunate that so many of us so-called moderns have lost much of the connectedness with nature that (for instance) the Native Americans truly had.

    You can double left click on the photo to get a little better look… but, if you look closely, (which coincides with the subtitle that was given), there is a small, red mite hitching a ride on the rear of the crop-devastating/plant-devastating Japanese Beetle! (I’m pretty sure that John Lennon didn’t have mites!) Namaste! 😉

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