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There are so many things I cherish, I could be writing for weeks. But one in particular stands out (and which would be no surprise to readers of this blog), and that is the bush. The open road is always calling me, and I cherish the opporunity, time, and experiences that come with it. there is never a dull moment, and there is plenty of time to reflect and attend to what needs to be attended to. In fact, my experience of the bush is that it raises the things I need to atend to, it opens me up and enables me to be vulnerable, observant, and reflective. Awareness, that’s worth cherishing.



Filed under bush walking, Country, life, nature, Spirituality

12 responses to “Cherish

  1. abbisoul

    The bush helps clear the mind and focus the thoughts. We drove to Windora (QLD) there’s a sky line that goes on for ever. It’s very cathartic I understand why you would cherish the bush.

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  2. that is clearly obvious from your writing, it enables you to go deep 😉


  3. David J White

    Isn’t it great to find our “happy place” on the path? It opens us up to be free and to be the very best we can be. As Roy Rogers and Dale Evans used to sing when we were boys, “Happy Trails To You.” Happy Boxing Day, Brother, keep staying out of those boxes.
    Your friend and fellow blogger and elsewhile mockingbird.
    David White

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    • Oh wow, yes, I remember Roy Rogers, and a big yes to staying out of boxes. Also, hope to read more of your refreshing writing in the months ahead, my friend and fellow blogger, Paul


  4. Alex

    Great blog here! Additionally your website lots up fast! What web host are you the use of? Can I get your affiliate link to your host? I want my website loaded up as fast as yours lol

    Liked by 1 person

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