Stop saying “Nay”

There is Effort all around me. People, animals, plants — everything, every being is making an effort. If I could but see how well life’s meaning is lived on a daily basis, I could relax.


13 thoughts on “Stop saying “Nay””

  1. Priya, I love you. And I don’t care who knows it. You are such a treasure. Your life view is a cup of hot tea on a cold day. It’s sunshine on a gray day. Thank you for being in this world.

    1. Yeah! Let’s go on top of a tall, tall thing (it can be a steeple, if you wish) and proclaim our mutual love. Thank you for showing me things, Jean.

  2. I agree with everything SDS said. You have a way of looking at the world that makes me see things from a different perspective. It’s always a surprise, and always a learning experience. I love you, too.

  3. Priya I also agree with BB and SDS. I’ve learned so much from your posts about your world because you explain it in such simple clear language that even though it’s so different I still understand and remember it all), and I love-love-love your photos πŸ™‚
    The slide show is most impressive!

    1. Thank you ever so much, Rosie. I am glad my words and pictures have helped you see this part of the Earth from the hill I am on. It can be a strange experience, no? But as long as you are enjoying it, I am encouraged to keep writing and keep clicking!

      No matter how many good clicks I take, I will never be able to eternalise the expression of a dog looking at the sea for the first time. You’ve done it so well! Lots of sandy roll-overs to Monte Carlo, by the way.

      1. When you open the dialog to insert a picture in your post, it keeps saving the images in the gallery for that particular post. Keep adding image files until you are done. (Do not click on Insert in the post. Click on Save all changes each time you upload an image). When you are done, go to the Gallery tab in that dialog and scroll down to the very bottom. It gives you an option of either inserting the gallery as a series of thumbnails, or as a slideshow. Hope this is clear. My explanatory skills have always been rusty.

      2. I hope this gives you enough to try it out without having to feel you are experimenting! Looking forward to a slide-show post from you.

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