The joys, though, were in the talus caves, caves formed by boulders. Some of the caverns were quite deep, but my parents and my five siblings would venture as far down as it was safe. As we moved away from the dry, arid exterior to a cool, dark interior, I found the harmony of inner and outer observations as wonderful as the balance of the rocks overhead!
|Obstacles to our journey (Pinnacles National Monument)|
- Am I willing to listen to and see your perspective?
- Can I move beyond the boulders that stand in my way?
- Will I venture both inward and outward to expand the world that may limit me with an either-or fork in the path?
|Beauty beckons us outward (BTM Dezignz)|
|Choosing where to live (Bandelier Cliff Dwellings)|
|Japanese Friendship Garden, San Diego|
|Möbius Strip: infinitely working internal and external|
- Seek and hold lightly the internal boulders that have created our Dwelling Past.
- Take courage to ask others what they see and what boulders they are encountering.
- Move together past these boulders and toward a new landscape.
|Drawn to the world outside, together (La Ventana Cave, Puerto Rico)|
Enjoy the Caves and Vistas that greet you this week!