Creating Waves of Awareness
Four days we walked through a most magnificent landscape, pretty as a Christmas card wherever we looked: snow, ice crystals, and rime. Words fail to express how breathtaking the view was, in the woods (Zoniënwoud) or the fields. In the company of two friends joining me for the whole…Continue
The day started with a crisp blue sky but no more than an hour later, dark grey clouds from oversea approached and tiny snowflakes danced down from the sky. It looked as if the seawater colored dark grey as well, contrasting with the snow covered beach.
Heavier snowfall for the next two hours resulted in the most amazing scenery: the horizon disappeared, the sand at ebb tide got covered with a layer snow and the few people on the beach became vague shadows. Snow on the…
Last days, listening at the weather forecast giving snow blizzards and Antarctic temperatures, one hesitates between doing something ‘brave and determined’ versus being ‘stupid and silly’. The pitfall of thinking! Too many thoughts lead to doubt. When we feel no doubt, then this is a sure sign we follow our passion.
Hence I took the train when it was still dark this morning, and travelled through the most beautiful snow covered flatland, West Vlaanderen (le plat…Continue
Spending an afternoon in the sauna with the friend, who was going to join me the first day of the Walk in Belgium, was meant to set the tone. The Walk should connect, link and heal but… being enjoyable as well.
And agreeable it was. We finally had (or made) enough time to catch up with each other while walking…