‘A Glimpse into your world’. Show us the things you love that make your world spin or things about your world that make you delirious with joy. – Sheetal Bravon, host for Lens-Artists
“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”
“We know only too well that what we are doing is nothing more than a drop in the ocean. But if the drop were not there, the ocean would be missing something.”
“I can wade Grief—
Whole Pools of it—
I’m used to that—
But the least push of Joy
Breaks up my feet—
And I tip—drunken—
Let no Pebble—smile—
‘Twas the New Liquor—
That was all!”
“You are not a drop in the ocean; you are the entire ocean in a drop.”
Your timing on your return to your family could not have been better Priscilla. Terrific images this week – your love pours out of them like liquid sun.
Aw, thanks, Tina!
I’m in awe of your choice of quotes that go marvellously with the images of one of my favourite places, the beach. Also unmistakable are the emotions of love and joy that shines through your words and photos. Fantastic post , Priscilla!
Thank you! And thank you for an amazing introduction to your world and your time in India. Stunning!
This is a marvelous post, Priscilla. It brought tears to my eyes. The quotes, the images, the love you express….they’re all beautiful.
Oh, Patti, thank you! Consider it my Valentine to you and the blogging community.
If this is your Valentine – then so be it, I could think of starting that kind of Celebration! A wondrous and shining post of Love, Priscilla!
Thank you, Ann-Christine! I do so want to emerge from the fearful state of pandemic into a new appreciation and tenderness toward humanity. ❤
I must agree
Love all the quotes..so perfect for the images!
Beautiful photos. I like your world
Thank you! I appreciate your visit.
Great photos, SUPERB quotes. The sea-beach-sky-driftwood shot is my fave.
Thanks, John. When I go looking for quotes, I only take them from authors I know. I wouldn’t want to misrepresent myself by accident, if you know what I mean.
You do well.