Java Zen:Thinking Out Loud Monday, 2020.10.26
It's good to look toward the end of things. Not only does it provide
perspective, but it also provides the stepping-stone to our next endeavor. When
things end, it should ideally mean the attainment of our goals. We should start
everything with a definite goal in mind; otherwise our lives will lack purpose.
Once we attain our goals, we should be glad and rest. We need the time for our
psyches to absorb the significance of our acts. With rest comes renewal, and
with renewal we can build the force of our characters and thereby stand stronger
for our futures.

		Deng Ming-Dao, "365 Tao - Daily Meditations", #316


Wednesday Morning Rose Explosion


Lily Of The Day


Thursday Afternoon Yellow Flower

I honestly don’t know what kind of flower this is, but is sure is bright and cheerful. Enjoy…


Wednesday Evening Rose


Tuesday Afternoon Yarrow


Friday Evening Rose

First of the season…


Where Is The Monkey?

The only primates to be found were those crawling all over the streets at the foot of this majestic building.


Monday Morning Columbine


Saturday Morning Columbines


Spring, Rocky Mountain Style

Less than 10 days ago, it was a crisp Spring morning with snow on the ground and glazed on the trees…

…while the robins waited for the ground to clear.

Next day, it was sunny and warm and Mother Nature was back to showing her Spring colors…

And then there is today. It’s bright, sunny and snowing…

This won’t last and doubtful there will be any need to pull out the Global Warming shovel.


Tuesday Evening Flowers


Saturday Morning Daffodils


First of the season. Ahhhhh. Spring.


Tuesday Afternoon Crocus And Bee



Friday Morning Snapdragons



Saturday Morning Rose

Mr. Lincoln

This is Mr. Lincoln, perhaps the most magnificent rose in the garden. Standing tall – towering, in fact – over all other roses, it is a beauty to behold each time it blooms.

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