weekly photo challenge: horizon

Every life is a point of view directed upon the universe. Strictly speaking, what one life sees no other can. Every individual, . . . is an organ, for which there can be no substitute, constructed for the apprehension of truth . . . Without the development, the perpetual change and the inexhaustible series of adventures which constitute life, the universe, or absolutely valid truth, would remain unknown . . . Reality happens to be like a landscape, possessed of an infinite number of perspectives, all equally veracious and authentic. The sole false perspective is that which claims to be the only one there is. ~José Ortega y Gasset


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  1. While driving, I pass so many barns that are tumbling down and it makes me sad. My grandparents lived on a farm in Nebraska and some of my best memories as a child are from visits there. It’s a difficult way of life but so necessary and, in so many way, wonderful.


    1. Thank you Janet…my favorite memories are of a time when my family lived on a farm…my backyard was beyond the horizon and I roamed with an imagination filled with possibilities and absent of anxiety.

    1. Thank you Marcelo for visiting and for leaving a haiku.

      Moment after moment, everyone comes out from nothingness. This is the joy of life. ~Suzuki

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