A friend just posted a link to this song, Streets of London, by Ralph McTell, so I’m posting it here too with a more subdued version of an image from an early post. It’s one of my favourite songs, one I played forever and a day when I lived in London from 1970-72. So poignant! … More Streets of London
I figured after the past few days, some cheerful, uplifting music wouldn’t go amiss.
This is in honour of true heroes Ricky John Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche who were stabbed to death on a Portland train when they both stood up to protect two girls being verbally attacked by a white supremacist because on of the young girls was wearing a hijab. A third man, 21-year-old Micah David-Cole … More In Praise of Heroes
I still can’t sit at the computer for long as my knee is too sore. So I’m simply posting artwork and adding appropriate music.
I’ve been absent for a week or so as we received very upsetting news that a young man who we considered an adopted nephew had been killed in a motor bike accident in Perth, Western Australia, where we used to live. It has been a time of grief and memories for us of a fine … More Wild at Heart
I found the original image of bison on the move in Pixabay (where you can pick up free images) and it reminded me of the bison as part of our earth heritage and appearing at Standing Rock as the Water Protectors were standing up for clean waters. So it’s not just about honouring the earth, … More Honour the Earth/Honour the Water Protectors
This started out quite differently – a quite bright blue – but along the way it softened until this final image emerged. I looked at it and felt it represented the grace of kindness among us as I’ve seen a couple of examples of kindness from strangers in the past couple of days. One image … More Kindness Among Us