Out Of This World

Out Of This World

When I think of out of this world I think of the stars, beyond our galaxy, but in another sense I think of places of transcendence like Uluru. But his morning there was something else. At Flat Rock the dolphins were absent, even the birds, but frogs were singing their song, the water was still, and then, as you will see in the top left corner of the video, as a tiny insect flew over the water, a fish appeared. I might not have been there, but I was and it happened. It was ordinary, simple, normal, yet in another way it was transcendent, it took me out of this world, just in the moment, wonderful.

Paul,

pvcann.com

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Filed under bush walking, mindfulness, nature, Philosophy/Theology

8 responses to “Out Of This World

  1. Beautiful nature and feelings shared

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  2. Love it! Very peaceful too! Thank you Paul! Michael

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  3. nice capture … the ripple effect that every word thought and deed send out!
    I spotted fat dolphins leaping about in the river yesterday 🙂

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