Thursday, July 28, 2011


Devika Jyothi said...


there seems a hidden mine would be:


no, ah! what a post...have been mocking at Heaven for a while now; i might be ordered rebirth...better show some respect!:)

anyway, If death be chosen, i will chose to die sinking in those waters...lovely shot :)


Devika Jyothi said...

well rebirth -- i must say my soul must be quite tired of it; my horoscope says this to be my seventh and last - sounds funny, no? :)


Brian Miller said...

think i will take that hint...smiles. hope you do too. beautiful view...

Lorraine said...

Would it be impudent for me tosay Dev, I doubt It? with Love of course

I am smiling Brian hint and all

Devika Jyothi said...

what? - my horoscope or that i would chose to die there -

my horoscope is by a teacher -- my mother's friend - i have great respect for her for all the things that have turned true so far --

as regards the seventh and last birth -- as far as i myself can't recollect the previous six -- it makes no difference to me -- then why should i struggle to prove it to you...even i have my doubts- as to how old i must be soul-wise by now (min 400 years considering average 60 year life span - my husband says - i am ever running 15! that adds to the doubt :)

then choosing to die there -- on practical terms why should i pay for air ticket to Canada for dying -- i would rather live there :)

and being impudent -- no, i don't see it as being impudent...any doubt needs to be clarified; even if it means in the end nothing is clarified :)


Devika Jyothi said...

but yes, the photo is as tempting as to go and sink oneself to death!


Devika Jyothi said...

Oh and on being impudent -- i must add, i don't a doubting mind as impudence -- must be a natural thing for human being - ultimate acceptance would make us Gods...and it is hard, really hard to maintain the status quo then :)


Devika Jyothi said...
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Devika Jyothi said...

**i don't see a doubting mind as impudence

you have many comments from me to day...let me end there :)


TALON said...

What a gorgeous reflection shot, Lorraine. And that's the sort of hint that brings a smile, isn't it?

Margie said...

A hint of hope from heaven, I love that!
Very inspiring!
Gorgeous scenery, Lorraine!

....peter said...

I love it Lorraine (::;;;;::) :)....peter:)

I am truly sorry that you had problems posting comments on my site.... i have sent two messages to our administrator about it....i hope that it gets fixed soon....thank you for your patience and for letting me know about it.

You have a Heavenly hopeful day:)

Michael Rawluk said...

Sometimes we need a hint just to keep going.

Frank... said...

Very nice post, Lorraine...

Lorraine said...

Dev, you crack me up

Always dear Talon :)

Thanks angel :)

I hope so too Peter and the same to you, friend :)

Hints from heaven are strongly motivational right Michael

Thanks very much Frank

HOBBY said...

HOPE...for beautiful summer!