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Deeper dimension…

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There is a much deeper dimension to life than what most people think or consider.

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[These are a form of bracket fungus called Polypores on a fallen log (with some leaves of fall upon them).  Most Polypores inhabit tree trunks or branches consuming the wood, but some soil-inhabiting species form myycorrhia – a symbiotic relationship with the roots of trees, wherein they blend with the roots intracellularly (i.e., within the wood-root cells) or extracellulary.   Polypores and their relatives, corticioid fungi, consist as part of the most important agents of wood decay. Thus they play a very significant role in nutrient and carbon cycles of forest ecosystems.]

Some Bracket Fungus among us!  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Some Bracket Fungus among us! Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

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There are no separate (isolated) pieces to the universal puzzle… once you see the golden whole.

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There are no separate (isolated) pieces to the universal puzzle… once you see the golden whole.

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[This is a Hover Fly on a wild Sunflower Plant.  This Hover Fly is likely searching for flower nectar (and is distributing pollen as part of a symbiotic relationship).]

Psychologically, the perceiver and the perceived are one.  Photo by Thomas Peace 2014

Psychologically, the perceiver and the perceived are one. Photo by Thomas Peace 2014