What a beautiful thought to reflect on.
A beautiful thought and photograph.thank you for posting.
Thank you, thank you. How I was feeling tonight, my friend. Much love, jane
Love that quote and photo - thank you for sharing them.
Thank you Glenys. A beautiful thought for Monday morning.
Lovely thought and beautiful photo. Thanks.
Oh, wow ! What a lovely quote and would love to sit there on that bench.
It's Sunday night here and I'm just heading to bed...great thought to sleep on. Thank you 💜
Refreshing, thank you.
If there’s one positive thing to come out of covid isolation, it’s this awakening to stillness. To the silence. People are talking about how long it’s taken them to become quiet. To move away from the incessant mind chatter. Needing to go here, go there, achieve this and that. Constantly running. Now it’s time to surrender to this moment no matter how imperfect or difficult. Time for silence. And allow a new consciousness to emerge. And the theory is is that great art emerges at these times. What a bonus!
After a week being in overdrive, I am comforted by your silence.
Lovely quote and photo...thank you
Thank you, Glenys. I guess this is what the monks and nuns of old were seeking when they shut themselves away from the world. Your quote is very comforting.
A beautiful place to be. Thank you for sharing.
So peaceful thank you for sharing
Love the quote. I don't want to talk!
I love people who can be fluent in silence! 😍
It takes time to become still. To listen deeply. In the silence you can find truth.
I love silence. I love it when friends can just sit and no words are needed.
A true blessing — special friendships where no words are needed. Meet you at the bench.
A wise man once said nothing
Nice. Simple, Elegant. Thoughtful.
Thankyou for alerting us to the silence of the universe ... and to its value!
(reminds me of Simon and Garfunkel's, ' Sounds of Silence'.)
Thank you Glenys. A true relationship/friendship knows this.
Oh I love the silence. I am one of the only people I know who was happily shut down alone in my house for Covid. I loved being only responsible to myself. I could manage everything in calm quiet.
Me too Marie. I am face blind and suffer from social anxiety disorder and live a reclusive life normally. Lockdown is difficult for me because of the inability to visit my offspring and grandchildren but in general it's a lot like my normal life. I do feel deeply for the social butterflies of the world. I am deeply grateful for my love of crafting as my hands are always busy with my large number of stashes!
just simply thank you
Beautiful - love the calm of no spoken words.
Missing humanan contact
Notes that catch my thoughts, dribbles, splashes, spills, drips, words, and other detritus, as I work my way thru journals and blogs that have kept me occupied during an unusual time in all of our lives...