Category Archives: Fractals
William Bartram encountered the Live Oak nearly everywhere in his Travels. I have recorded one of his descriptions of the tree here for you: * Quercus sempervirens, an evergreen oak tree growing in the southern-most portions of the United States. … Continue reading
Take a moment to listen to my reading aloud of William Bartram’s Words, from William Bartram’s Travels. Look and Listen: * On reading this passage, I knew immediately where to find mounds of sea shells left by early inhabitants of … Continue reading
“When brimming with gratitude, one’s heartbeat must surely result in outgoing love, the finest emotion we can ever know”-Language of the Heart, p. 271 I start each morning with a gratitude list, at the end of my morning pages. But … Continue reading
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