Monday, November 24, 2008

for every pulse a thanksgiving



Best of all is it to preserve everything in a pure, still heart, and let there be for every pulse a thanksgiving, and for every breath a song.

-- Konrad von Gesner






Postscript after posting: Although the painter and name of painting show at the top of screen by clicking on the picture, I'm adding this information here so as to not cause confusion. I so much love the Hudson River School of painting and I chose this work by Thomas Moran for this post. The title of the painting is Under Trees (The Autumnal Woods).

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8 comments:

raccoonlover1963 said...

Nice post. Love the picture!
Happy Thanksgiving
Lisa

distracted by shiny objects said...

Happy TDay. Lovely picture. Hope your day is a contented one.

Buddha said...

I'm blessed to have a friend like you.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and the ones you love!

Lydia said...

RaccoonLover,
Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving to you. (Our raccoons are back in the tree but the trellis appears to be serving as protection for the bark.)

Distracted,
And Happy TDay to you, too. There's much to be grateful for. Enjoy the day with your family.

Buddha,
Your friendship is a blessing to me, too. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

Darlene said...

What a stunning photo. I could lose myself on that path. It reminds me of a painting done by an old master and hanging in a gallery.

Enjoy Thanksgiving.

a little bird said...

so lovely...

just how thanksgiving should be.

sharryb said...

Ooooo Ahhh. Beautiful scene, beautiful words, beautiful blog, beautiful blogger! Happy Thanksgiving.

Lydia said...

Darlene,
Your comment made me realize that I should have mentioned the picture. So I wrote a Postscript at the end of the post! I could lose myself in that painting too. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

Little Bird,
Wonderful to have a comment from you. I hope that your Thanksgiving is just how you want it to be.

Sharry,
Thank you for your awesome comments. I wish you, Sam and your family a Happy Thanksgiving.

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