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The Ringing

Posted in: The Observation Deck by Pamela on August 21, 2015


I wish I was sitting in that chair.
You can feel the connecting gentle presence without a word.
“When false learning is overwhelming, the truth will overwhelm your disbelief.”


Never lose a moment.
I was driving up North and heard the 1100 sheep bells! Pulled over to film.
Sadly I had the phone in the upright and locked position for vertical filming.
Not a good idea for horizontal viewing.
So please may all passengers tilt your heads 90 degrees right for safe landing.
Butterflies flying everywhere.
Step inside my mind for a ride. Looks can be deceiving on the outside.
We teach not so much by the cross reference of words.
We teach by sound, tone, movement, knowing when to let go and flow.



Clear. RT and Good to Go.

“You’ll never bump into anything more extraordinary,
more amazing, more mysterious,
than life without your idea about it.”
~ Adyashanti

More pay does not make the wrong job worth doing

Lady Ocean Bird Silhouette

“Two little mice fell into a bucket of cream.
The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned.
But the second mouse let go of fear and began to swim so fast,
that she eventually spun that cream into butter and walked out.”
~ author unknown

“There is no greater Freedom than Truth in Love.”
“There is no greater love than truth without fear.”

“It is said the pen is mightier than the sword.
I say, there is a truth that is beyond a word never heard.”

For the first time I hear this from Terence McKenna. Wow!
I think I am listening to a reflection of my own knowing speaking.

“Time is a wonderful healer. Just give me time.”

quotes and comments: pamela leigh richards copyright 1960-today whenever that is.
images: unknown unless stated with gratitude.

Care to travel:
The Dancer on the Beach
The Song of Life
It’s the little things in life that say so much
OceanHeart ~ my baby yet to be born.
Dolphins in the Red Sea
Walk On

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Here we are

Posted in: The Observation Deck by Pamela on August 05, 2015


It just happens.
I was sweeping the walkway under the free falling rain.
Check out the Light spheres dancing through space and time.
Neutrinos, neutrons, atoms, electrons, science, universe, galaxies,
out of mindness, life itself, the very fabric of existence exposed in seconds laughing.

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“When you lose something, eventually you always gain something.
Time always figures it out beyond Einstein.”

There is a voice that doesn’t use words. Listen.
~ Rumi

Pamela and the Bumble Bee Cartoon

“Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal.”
~ T.S. Eliot, The Sacred Wood

I would add for eternities sake humbly scribing?
“And natural poets tune in.” ~ plr

I Love Lightning August 2015
I Love Lightning

I wrote after a NDE (near death experience) in 2010:
“Sometimes you have to follow your heart and not wait for knowledge.”

“Instinct is something that transcends knowledge.”
~ Nikola Tesla

Aristotle quote

Winter Equinox. I was the President of the Ski Club my senior year in high school.
Dragged some teachers into sponsoring ski trips.
Carried my skis, boots and poles onto campus for various reasons,
broke my leg first time on skis,
in Berchtesgaden, Southern Bavaria at the age of eleven.
I was out the whole season,
but grew to have a love for the sport,
and got back on the mountain the following year.
Oh how I love Warren Miller films! The editors are BRILLIANT!

“There is exquisite beauty in being in the flow.
A feeling that surpasses all that you think you know.”

quotes: pamela leigh richards copyright 1960-today, unless otherwise stated.
images: unknown unless stated with gratitude.
image: pamela healing from a traumatic brain injury 2010.
image: lightning screen shot from pamela’s film.
Bumble Bee: Collage image by plr. Thank you to the creative collective ONE’s

Care to travel:
OceanHeart ~ my baby yet to be born.
Dolphins in the Red Sea

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