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... back to our humble abode.
I've been reflecting on a piece of Muhammad's life, and have found something equivalent to my own. Like Muhammad going to the mountain because it wouldn't come to him; I've ventured away from humanity, setting my perch and hoping to never come back. Here the visions and words come to me full-force without humanity's input; here, I am finally finding my purpose; here, I can think and breath effortlessly; here, I am happy.
July 2, ...
... than 12 feet from the water's surface. A bit upsetting if you wanted to try braving the rapids; calming because it won't flood the campgrounds with torrential storms. Birds fly aimlessly: over trees and against the wind, then just skimming above the top of the river. They fly aimlessly, until you watch long enough to see them attack and eat the flying insects that hover at different heights over the water. I couldn't make it out - mostly because I ...
... are these that wear their legs in parentheses? Feels like a jazz, blues and folk kind of day; Jimmy Witherspoon, Sonny Rollins and Leonard Cohen should round out nicely. Cool enough to actually walk the trash to the dumpster, been awhile; we left Texas mostly to rid ourselves of the heat, and we get days in the 90's here in Montana. I stopped at riverside: the waters weren't churning like they did before, they're more relaxed giving off the impression of a mid-tempo ...
I do not despair, but stand and gaze ahead at nature's diversity of forms. What's this duality of man and nature? Where were we before the wind and sun? Have we always been alive, just not awake enough for memory? When did we lose the knowledge that the world is organic? Quantum Mechanics tells us that everything we see, touch and taste is a conglomeration of quarks and leptons. On a subatomic level everything is in motion; some particles belong to ...
... heard of half of these guys, but after seeing their giant faces carved into a mountain I'll probably remember for a long time. It was pretty impressive though and I bet America is really proud of it. After staring up at them for a while, we set off for home but not before venturing through the eye of the needle (an extremely narrow road tunnel, each mirror was barely centimeters from scraping the walls) and walking around a beautiful Sylvan Lake.
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