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crows, snow and a door

I started the day with the thought that I would go on a door expedition. However that thought was swept away by the constant shifting of the winds and drifting snow/rain. We see a lot of door exteriors, this is the interior view of a lonely door. It doesn’t get used much except to hold left over “this and that” from my creative moments.

This morning the crows dined on freshly baked, chicken hearts, giblets and liver. My babies (whippets) got to have the nutritious gravy with their kibble. During these times of restraints and “forced” isolation, I find that being in and with nature is very calming.

Express your appreciation with enthusiasm. Appreciation is the driving force for progress and development.

Perfect Liberty 2021.21

PL Principle # 2 I will not have complaints about others, matters, nor the weather. Rather I will always be creative and will look for shortcomings in my own thinking and actions.

PL Principle # 3 I will live with a mind of appreciation towards others and things.

PL 21 Principles.

I am reminded every day of how blessed I am to have the wonderful friends that I have around me, and how when I meet strangers while in nature, they smile, and always have a sunny greeting to call out. Not only do the birds sing, and call out to each other, but there is children’s laughter, and the joy of people who have come to commune with nature. Everyone stays respectfully distant, and except for the odd person, all wear masks if they are going to be coming by or past you. It’s a new year. and a new way of BEING.


Everything exists in relativity

PL Precept #7

Oyashikiri

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Comments on: "crows, snow and a door" (17)

  1. The photo of the crows on the snow are stunning. I love the contrast. The door doesn’t look hazy to me. It’s tough shooting into bright sun. Well done!

    I also like the PL principles.

    • I’ve always had a soft spot for crows.. finding a gathering of them that accept my offerings is a “happy” for me. I can sit and watch them feast .. they can be so playful .. I love their antics. Thanks for the encouragement. =^_^= sends a virtual hug your way _/\_

  2. I’m so happy for nature in these times. Waves hello!

    • hi there.. I know… I was saying to Dan that the antics of the crows, and the way they let me know they appreciate my offerings.. makes me feel “good”.. of course, its me a human putting “human thoughts” on their actions.. but.. they make me smile.. they deserve special treats. sends an energetic wave back to you.. included a burst of dream twinkles for your evening journey into the universe. =^_^=

  3. Nicholas Vrtis said:

    What kind of McDonalds do you have that serves “freshly baked, chicken hearts, giblets and liver”? Asking for a friend.

  4. A door from within is surely original – and I like the crows

  5. Crows steal my freshly planted peas every spring if I don’t cover them with mesh bird cloth. Smart little creatures!

  6. Beautiful black (crows) and white (snow) winter pictures! Love it!

  7. Crows may be the most ignored bird species in North America. They are often times viewed as pests, or at the very least as untrustworthy. Even the term for a group of crows, a “murder,” hardly creates positive associations. Yet these birds are everywhere. They are as common, and perhaps as despised, as pigeons. But there is a lot more to the crow family than most people think.

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