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Thursday 14

A door to a small building that was no no longer being used

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When you get stuck, go back to the beginning. Could it be that you have forgotten what initially sparked your enthusiasm? By remembering what inspired you in the beginning you will feel a renewed enthusiasm.

Perfect Liberty 2012,4
The SOUND of change – the constant renewal of a life force that changes the environment around it, close your eyes and just listen.

For more Thursday Doors, visit, Dan’s site, No Facilities https://nofacilities.com/2021/10/14/split-rock-lighthouse/

I was in rural Ontario and Quebec yesterday, it was an awesome day for discoveries, colours were vivid and bright in many areas, but when I reviewed the pictures I had taken, I found that most of my interest yesterday was in the places we came across with a past.

Enjoy whatever the day has to offer. Reflect on the past, for it is the “history of what was’ that we build on our tomorrows – Live life with “makoto’ (sincerity).

Oyashikiri

Comments on: "Thursday 14" (9)

  1. This was a great find. I hope something is done to preserve it. I love the mural of the waterwheel that must have once powered the mill. Mills like this were essential to life just a couple hundred years ago. Thanks for including the video and, as always, you outlook on life.

    • Good morning Dan, I was taken by the “old” buildings – in the rural part of the provinces we see many such buildings, and homes that once stood proud in their communities now tired “old” buildings. Getting out and actually touring the back roads, is for me a way of reminding myself to “stay grounded” … thank you of your kind words..

  2. Lovely photos but that video was my favourite. Such fast flowing water, energizing to listen to.

    • good morning Jean… yes. I can sit, close my eyes and just BE in the moment.. my friend meditated and chanted while I was off getting pictures.. she said she even dipped her feet in the water for awhile.. it was still comfortable. I’m hoping we get a long fall.

  3. I love the sounds of flowing water…unless flowing into my or someone else’s house or building! 🙂 That’s a great old building and I like the two shots in the last row–the one on the left for its oddity and the one on the right for its attractive simplicity.

    janet

  4. Fascinating. I’d enjoy these sights as well.

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