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Living Water of Hope

Anger and acrimony without constraint have left our social-political life a barren landscape, in need of the living water of hope and faith.

(photo:  Huron National Forest, Michigan)

Au Sable River

Iargo Springs, Michigan

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Komorebi, Dappled Light in the Forest

Just another sun-drenched day at a  Michigan park, but with a shady sanctum where the light filters down through a  green canopy.  Komorebi is a Japanese word for dappled light on a forest floor; we have considerable experience with that concept in Michigan.

Kensington Park, Michigan

We Mutually Pledge Our Sacred Honor…July 4th

“And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.”

In General Congress, assembled.   July 4, 1776

Tacquahmenon State Park, Michigan

The Caprice of Water and Emotions

The texture of water is no more constant than the spectrum of human emotions. In a wild river, it can be rough and raucous. While in a northern lake, its surface can reflect the summer sky as if the still water were a mirror. And then there are those streams where water’s texture can evoke the whimsical on a warm afternoon.

 

Tacquahmenon River, Michigan

au sable river, michigan

Au Sable River, Michigan

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Fleming Creek, Michigan

The Higher Wisdom

The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass God is waiting for you.
Werner Heisenberg

An amazing guy who published his Uncertainty Principle at the ripe old age of 26 and was as much as anyone responsible for the creation of quantum physics.