Sunday, October 14, 2012

The Tibetan Plateau

How do we act in the presence of what we cannot fully understand or control?  What does it take, in other words, to be in the presence of wildness?  Where do we place our trust?  The fear of letting go of everything that is comfortable and familiar and learning to listen to that little voice that has not often been allowed to express itself…….

 I asked that I be big enough and open enough to receive what was there to receive and humble enough to not ask for more.

 Feast your eyes on the landscape that enveloped us for the next leg of our journey as we climbed up from the Kali Gandaki River onto the Tibetan Plateau, swallowed up and embraced by the utter vastness!

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