We interrupt the ongoing (but nearly completed) journey to Rivière-des-Prairies from August to bring you this moment from today…
I’ve asked around, and no one I know seems to think I’m fully enlightened. Perhaps this has something to do with why, for the most part, I continue to take greater pleasure in bursts of blue than in fully cloudy skies.
These were the words that came…
Baruch Atah Adonay, Eloheinu Melech Ha’olam, She’kacha lo b’olamo
(Rough and decidedly unscholarly translation: “Thank you, source of all that is, for bringing beauty such as this into being (and, also, helping me remember to put down my camera, close my eyes, and pay attention to the chilling wind as it sifts through autumn leaves)).”
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