Traversing the Edge of Wonder

a mule deer buck traverses down a hill during the golden hour in the Bosque del Apache

“When we walk slowly, the world can fully appear. Not only are the creatures not frightened away by our haste or aggression, but the fine detail of fern or flower, or devastation and disruption, become visible. Many of us hurry along because we do not want to see what is going on in and around us. We are afraid to let our senses touch the body of suffering or the body of beauty.”

― Roshi Joan Halifax

What gateways to awareness are emerging in this moment? Where do you sense suffering? Where are the thresholds of beauty and wonder?

 

Photo Credits:  Buck Walking the Threshold of Wonder, by Susan J. Preston, Taos, New Mexico © 2020, all rights reserved
Technical: Fuji XT-3 | XF 100-400mm

 

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