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25/05/2010

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naomi

Those are beautiful photos.

I look forward to the mindful swatching posts, whenever they should appear.

Kerri

Oooooooo...love these pics! They would be nice on your photo cards, if you ever do another printing.

hugs...Kerri

random Cindy

This is such an interesting concept. Very similar to the idea behind Ursula LeGuin's EarthSea Trilogy. I can't remember exactly but something about how the more you learn the less choices there are until there is no longer what you can do but what you must do. I thought it was very true when I first read the books about 15 years ago. Now I'm not so sure. In some areas most definitely, but in others . . . maybe I am a beginner in many areas. But sometimes I find I get to that point where there seems to be only one path left but persevering you again come to a place where the choices widen again.

Karen

I read this post a few weeks ago and the quote at the top has stuck with me. So true, sometimes we know too much and overlook the easy, and possibly very workable solutions in life.

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