click the thumbnails, to discover these first shy daffodils in a larger format …


there is an intention to share,
next a thought about the uselessness of sharing

then a beautiful sunrise is shared with the youngest,
and these flowers are shared with the internet …

sometimes sharing does not win
most often uselessness cannot claim victory
mental voices trying to win consciousness and action …
the tale of the two wolves comes into focus

what happens when both wolves go silent?


Pictures by bvdb (whoisbert) march 2014 – @home – Canon Ixus HS230 – IMG_6549-6559-6550-6547


28 thoughts on “intentions

  1. Thanks for following my blog. I have been following yours for awhile. Your thoughts are intriguing and your photography is wonderful. It is a gift that you share. I share sunrises with my grandchildren…making their first sunrise with me a special, private adventure. It starts in darkness and ends with a picnic on a blanket in a quiet place in the soft morning sun.

    • thank you for this encouraging comment. sorry for replying late … many things to do …
      Sharing with the grandchildren is a jewel they will never forget, and when they’re grown up, they will glance back and smile

          • It is Thought which triggers/causes everything although some may think it is the “mind”. Notice that here I have used a high case T in Thought to emphasise that it is not what is commonly, and variously, considered to be thought. My writings, in their entirety explain this abstract subject. πŸ™‚

            • Yes, “Thought” (with the high case T) is what some may call God and I use in reference to the all-encompassing “Intelligence” (of which we are a part) – the Oneness etc. – and “thought” is the more mundane, worldly aspect of that which some may see as the mind. Does this help?

            • And in loosely transcribing we have to be extra careful. A lot of my writings, as you may recall, are the result of such transcribing of neoptions very carefully – care for accuracy and care for the readers to come..

  2. You hint at something that occurs to me, time and again, as a person of, well, words. I share because I think what I’m sharing might touch another; might spark something for them, somehow. No attachment, but it’s why I do it. As for sunrises and other natural phenomena, I absolutely share. The other night was so extraordinary that I insisted my husband drag out of bed and check out the sky. He grumbled a bit, but in the end, was so glad that he was able to witness. Aloha, Bert.

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