Sunday Zen … Ripples!

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Meditation in Moments, Musings, Nature, Oregon's Nature Nooks, Out and About, Photography, Zunday Zen

… raindrops …

… gently falling …

… tiny surface waves …

… forming …

… expanding …

… gliding …

…each identical … yet different …

… intermingled …

… separate …

… tranquil …

… never-ending …

… ripples …

 

… drip … drip … drip …
… then silence …

Every time I visit my favorite park
I pause on the bridge across the small creek
and quietly “watch the water”.
This last time was enchanting when raindrops
created magical ripples in the water.
๐Ÿ™‚

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

8 thoughts on “Sunday Zen … Ripples!”

    • I’m glad you enjoyed the video, Missy! I found it so meditative to stand and watch the creekside kaleidoscope. That’s a perfect description of it. I do miss the writing class sometimes and I still think fondly of many of your poems and pieces! You are an inspiration to me with your wordsmith abilities. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. So pretty and peaceful to watch and listen to Sabine. I had an AM/FM headset radio for years and I used it when I went to bed to block out noises from a noisy neighbor’s dog. It was a godsend and had seven different sounds you could listen to. One was raindrops falling into a puddle. I could zone out in a heartbeat!

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    • That head set sounds like a godsend! I donโ€™t know what Iโ€™d do if there was a big raking dog keeping me awake. The sound of raindrops is very soothing and relaxing! I woke up last night and heard the rain drops falling on the deck.

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      • It was very annoying and belonged to the people who owned the house next door (with the maple tree). It was a basset hound baying under my bedroom window … they put the dog outside while they got ready for work (with a departure time of 5:30 a.m.).

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