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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Voyage



to leave or not to leave...

the dilemma of someone like me
who lives in a place where beauty requires no voyage

but simply roving one's eyes



5 comments:

  1. To answer your question... "NOT TO LEAVE". Your place is awesome and I think it has so much to show you. So stay. Explore other places BUT always come back.

    Nice photos, BTW.

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  2. To leave, or not to leave, that is not a question.

    I love the green.

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  3. listen to your heart Zen, that's all what I can say....if you have a question about leaving, then, I guess there must be a deeper reason and inner introspection why that question propped up in the first place, now, don't let your self stop from exploring just because you think leaving will be a disappointment to the place or to some you feel bonded the most, because otherwise, if we feel that way, then, like rainfield, there should be no question about to leave or not to leave, and that should not be a question. if your heart says "stay", then, stay. but if there is that inner desire to see what is in the other side of the fence, and there is an opportunity to do just that, then, like what Gary said, explore other places, listen to that side of the heart that wishes to explore, but just learn to come back. but please know there is nothing wrong at all if in case you may find another place a new heaven and new paradise for you. for after all, God and love is everywhere. hugs to you Zen, may you find the wisdom to guide and lead you to answers to your questions.

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  4. Zen, go where your heart tells you to go. I adore the beauty of your place and the simplicity of life ... not leaving would be a good choice.

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