“Life in us is like the water in a river.” ― Henry David Thoreau
“You are water I’m water we’re all water in different containers that’s why it’s so easy to meet someday we’ll evaporate together.” ― Yoko Ono
“Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless, like water. Be water, my friend.” ― Bruce Lee
“Be like water,
Flow like a river,
Crash like the rain,
Fly like the cloud again!” ― Md. Ziaul Haque
I am like water; I have many moods and forms, from tiny droplets of doubt or hope clinging to the cobweb threads of reason, to the crashing surge of love and purpose that washes over me when I am inspired. We are water; our lives depend on it. We cannot create it ourselves, but we can be ever grateful that it is all around us. We must protect it in its many courses: creeks, rivers, bays, oceans. We must be mindful of using only our share and making sure there is enough for every living being. We must protect the water cycle in every way possible.
Thanks to Anne Sandler for hosting our challenge this week and reminding me just how important this subject is – for everyone.
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Well said and shown Priscilla. You’re so right about how important this resource is and how hard we must all work to preserve it.
Thank you, Tina. I know you live with this beautiful and precious resource in your landscape and in your soul as well.
Beautiful response to this challenge Priscilla, in both images and words. I love your theme interpretation.
Thank you, Anne, and thank you for your challenge!
I love this: “I have many moods and forms, from tiny droplets of doubt or hope clinging to the cobweb threads of reason, to the crashing surge of love and purpose that washes over me when I am inspired.” Beautiful shots too!
Thank you, Lindy!
Priscilla, I enjoyed reading your post and seeing your lovely pictrues. Thank you for sharing your thoughts.
My pleasure, Sylvia! 🙂
Hello. Have you read The Sea Around Us, by Rachel Carson? A brilliant, beautifully written book about water. The book came out about 70 years ago, I think. Neil S.
There was a copy in my parent’s library, but I don’t think I ever read it. Thanks for reminding me of it; I think I’ll check it out!