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Thursday, July 21, 2011

14 comments:

Devika Jyothi said...

i always thought of life as a sin in itself, with the kind of construction we human beings are made - The solace is that the Creator knows His creation...If we were meant to be saints, we should have been made so - i am a saint and sinner rolled into one :)

At an other level, the post makes me think -lies of Omission can mar relationships...some say, it's better not to tell a painful truth, and that seems justifiable to me at times....but nothing as beautiful and relaxing as whole truth!

Grand shot, Lorraine...i remember longback...may be the initial months of blogging, i was looking for such a picture for a different thought - must be there in my archives :)

love,
dev

Lorraine said...

well sins of ommissions in my case are worse than lies...Idon't like them, but hey if you need a photo of footprints in the sand, I'm sure I can find a similar one...let me know ;)

Devika Jyothi said...

yeah no body likes it...next time i need it, i will get to you first, thanks Lorraine :)

love,
dev

Devika Jyothi said...

but Lorraine - don't you think as life moves on, this sins and things become insignificant and less irksome...i am only driven to what is beautiful and pure now -- like little, children, birds (and animals too for that matter), flowers and all things beautiful in nature....

to me human sins have lost their signifcance...i don't bother what they do and what they don't...by all means, it is more of their problem than mine,

was just thinking about this :)

love,
dev

Devika Jyothi said...

in that manner when one looks, i guess in a flash, it all becomes beautiful, the "all good" sort of thing we spoke the day before....that's a beautiful place to be :)

dev

Brian Miller said...

your sins are forgiven...the things we dont tell others ar egrave dangers....

Gillena Cox said...

footprints in the sand
my thoughts meander to
childhood readings
Robinson Crusoe
but i too am explorer


much love...

Margie said...

I liked what Brain said.
He's so insightful and you are too!

Off to work, a very busy day!
Back tonight to visit the rest of your blogs.
So love that photo! x

Margie said...

*Brian not Brain but he sure is a Brain ...LOL

Michael Rawluk said...

I like the way your mind works.

Lorraine said...

I'm not there yet Dev, strangely enough Iuse to be and I thought that there could not ever be a reversal

Some do hurt like the devil Brian ;)

Gillena, I like that, personally I'm back on exploration, the fall was hard ;)

Margie thanks for your beautiful comment, and Brian I've called him Brain sooften and it's so true

Thanks Michael I like that you Like the way my mind works, thanks :)

Devika Jyothi said...

i know, i understand fully well....i too was talking about only a flash -- if the world was that and you are there..then that's Paradise (NOT possible down here, as a permanent place, I guess :)

dev

Devika Jyothi said...

Well, Gandhiji said it, there is no way to peace, peace is the way...may be we can use a bit of that :)

dev

HOBBY said...

Lots, lots...footprints! Yours?