…that I’ve learned over the past 2 or 3 weeks is this: joy is a choice.
Last fall, some of the grass sprouted these little white flowers, which the bees loved.
They say that there are many reasons behind colony collapse disorder, one of which is that we tend to keep our lawns too finley manicured. So when the bees need to gather nectar for their winter food supply, they have trouble finding these little flowers because we keep lawns mowed.
The human need for order is not always a desirable thing.
Sometimes a sense of wildness is better than any sort of order.
"If you want to change the world, you have to change the metaphor."
— Joseph Campbell (via metaconscious)
Sorry, no turkey pictures this year. Instead, I thought I’d present you with Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation.