Saturday, May 15, 2021

"A Generous Reading of Time"

"A school district declares "Treaty Day" and in so doing, recognizes one of the most important events of Pacific Northwest chronology, the Point Elliott Treaty of 1855. The people of Te'ti'sen (Ferndale) have taken an historical step toward acknowledging the rich history of many of its students and alumni. A Children of the Setting Sun documentary."

"A Generous Reading of Time"

Don't have much to say.  Using the time to listen.

"... What's the matter with me?  I don't have much to say.  Daylight sneakin' through the window ..."

(Bob Dylan)

This river flows near where my ancestors on my mother's father's side lived for centuries:


37paddington said...

I have found that when we don't have much to say, we're in a gathering cycle, listening, looking, discerning. How wise of you to recognize it. The sowing cycle will come around again.

Joared said...

There is a great peaceful calming listening to the sound of creeks, rivers, rushing rapids, the lapping of the oceans waves ebbing and flowing with the tides along the seashore.