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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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Margaret Lambert

Roz, these must rate as some of the most extraordinary and beautiful photos you have posted! While we can never fail to appreciate the beauty of, for example, a rose in all it's perfection, these photos illustrate that it is through the process of transformation and decay that new life will emerge. Another variation of "dying to self".
I'm sure you are going to enjoy this new introspective course- keep sharing when you can!

Mary Ann Brussat

What lovely photos! We learned about your blog from a Google Alert. So glad you are doing our e-course on Practicing Spirituality in Nature. We will check in periodically to see what else you discover on your beauty walk.

Many blessings, Mary Ann Brussat
http://www.SpiritualityandPractice.com/ecourses/

Anna

Hi Roz,

I just started reading Philip Newell, _Listening for the Heartbeat of God_. Some may find it controversial (he pushes against some very old theological ideas in Western Christianity) but I'm finding it very interesting.

I love the photos, especially the final one. Such natural poetry.

-Anna

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