Tag Archives: Thailand
From Thailand – patterns from the people and one from artisan sand crabs
I like the word ‘renewal.’ I love the word ‘renewal.’ Its mood is positive, upbeat and uplifting. With its parts, the word constructs the meaning of fresh start, a rebirth that returns belief in recovery, restoration, and perhaps immortality. It … Continue reading
I was born in a city and for the most part lived and worked in urban environments. Once in a while, my closest encounter with nature was to spot a scraggly sprout of grass trespassing in one of the pavement … Continue reading
A silhouette is mysterious. It is an incomplete profile of a person or object. The image gives a partial view by definition. Often the contrast between dark and light exaggerates the intrigue. Other persons, other elements may be subplots in … Continue reading
Everyday We give and take. We come and we go. We lead and follow. We work and rest. Every day, We find the company of friends and strangers And if we choose, take the time to dream.
Free Spirit is not restricted by expression… by possessions… or age… It expresses itself in attitude and approach to life and to each other.
“Under the seeming disorder of the old city, wherever the old city is working successfully, is a marvelous order for maintaining the safety of the streets and the freedom of the city. It is a complex order. Its essence is … Continue reading
Because we stop short of negotiated resolution, we court incongruity and flirt with danger. Related Post: Watch the Childres’ Eyes. https://fathersightings.wordpress.com/2010/05/31/smiles-return-to-thailand/
Before piles of tires burned in the streets and winds spread wide swaths of black smoke above Bangkok streets, before bombs exploded and scattered crowds, and before people died in the urban battle, the pulse of Silom Road beat steady. Pedestrians wedged … Continue reading