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audio 01:36 Crunch Time

Crunch Time

The sound of my feet on the frozen snow crunched loudly as I walked through the orchard. There would be no sneaking up on wildlife today. This is crunch time for the human race dealing with the virus that has snuck up on us. Proceed with awareness and lov

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/17/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:35 Contrasting Seas

Contrasting Seas

The ocean provides an excellent opportunity to study all aspects of life. It has many contrasts in color from turquoise to deep blue to dark green, as well as different moods from crashing waves to glassy calm. The sea gives us a chance to be an observer

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/16/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:42 But There Is Hope

But There Is Hope

Sometimes it just doesn’t feel like spring, but there is hope. Continuing the thought from yesterday’s podcast, using the normally negative word “but”, I am changing the negative into a positive, interrupting my thoughts with daylily shoots poking up.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/15/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:28 Sometimes it Just doesn't feel like Spring

Sometimes it Just doesn't feel like Spring

After a couple of weeks of spring-like weather, the cold of winter has returned. It doesn’t feel like spring at the moment, and in days like this I look beyond the weather to focus on the things that I am grateful for.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/14/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:34 Twisted Trunk

Twisted Trunk

The cedar trees that we planted across the brook several years ago have faced winter after winter being bent over by snow and yet they have somehow survived. The largest one has a twisted trunk shaped by the elements. These small cedars are a great exampl

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/13/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:41 The Path to the Sap

The Path to the Sap

I always enjoy watching the sap being collected from the maple trees in front of our house, As the season progresses the path to the sap wears the snow down and the ground becomes visible. It is just another way to be grateful for Nature and life in the m

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/12/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:10 The Heart of the Moon

The Heart of the Moon

My photo captured the giant full moon, and as I examined it I, discovered a small heart shaped image on its surface. To me it was proof that everything in the Cosmos has an energy with the potential of a connection to unconditional love.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/11/2020 05:00 AM

audio 01:25 A Voice from the Past

A Voice from the Past

As I walked the Mayan ruins on the island of Cozumel, Mexico my eyes were drawn to a rock looking up from the surface of the ground that reminded me of a skull. I thought of the voices with unknown stories of those that resided here in the past.

Posted by Michael Hathaway, 03/10/2020 05:00 AM