Hesitation to use the I may be a tell-tale sign that the I does not know itself fully. Or maybe the I doesn’t know which I, of the many different Is, to use. In any case, there is an I. And there is a You. The You is validated by the I. There couldn’t be a You without the I. But the I also becomes a You through the validation of I through You. And so, the I also exists thanks to You. And so to You who is reading this confused speech of I, THANK YOU. I's existence has become meaningful because of You.______________________________
This blog won't pretend to be hilariously funny or witty or beautiful or profound. But it is an indulgence of all sorts of things that appeal to my senses. Anything I find funny, witty, beautiful, meaningful and worth noticing is found here._______________________________
My Lakbayan grade is C!
How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan!Created by Eugene Villar.
Rays of Light
Moments like these are absolutely mesmerizing and from my experience they never seem to last that long! Taken in South Lake Tahoe.
Photographed by: http://capturedphotos.tumblr.com/
Those glorious moments. Ah, to live for those moments.
Thanks for capturing this one.
“Supercell” storms captured by storm chaser and photographer Roger Hill. Hill helps run a storm chaser business (no kidding!) called Silver Lining Tours. A supercell is a complex, rotating thunderstorm that sometimes turns into a tornado.
- Tornado, Stanford, Montana 5 June, 2012
- Supercell, Loma, Montana, 4 June 2012
- Tornado formation, Yukon, Oklahoma, 29 May 2012
More incredible at Roger Hill’s FB storm album.
Nature really is as beautiful as it is terrifying.
As a matter of fact, I do wonder about these tiny grains of sand whenever I am at the beach. I wonder even if I’m not at the beach! I had no idea they could look like this under a microscope! How wonderfully fascinating!
Grains of sand under a microscope
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”Nelson Mandela (via pandacake)
Lac saint André. Savoie. France
Do you see that small peep of sunrise? This picture is so beautiful I’m almost in tears. To be able to capture this is a blessing in itself. I don’t see how people can still NOT see the beauty of our Earth.