Nature Over Words Today.

The words in my heart weep.

And the sadness is fueled by anger…anger that we do so little about so much, fear what we don’t understand, condemn those who are different and blame the poor for being poor.

I could lash out but that would merely drive the angry dialogue. I could make a clear, concise argument for how we, as people, should change. But that only happens if individuals choose to evolve.

At a loss for words, I opted to share photos from this week…pictures of this beautiful world around me.

Maybe we can all stop long enough to listen to nature’s silence.

And gain some of the peace that is inherent in our world.

no sun oct 2015   Sunless days upon sunless days.

fall oct 2015

Pumpkins in the rain.

cloud bank clearing oct 2015      Cloud bank clearing.

oct 15 there is a sun after all

There is a sun after all.

afternoon shadows oct 2015   Late afternoon shadows.

oct orbs     October orbs.

oct 2015 sunrise after rain

Sunrise over the mountain.

About Pam Avery Printed

I graduated from the University of Georgia in 1972 with a major in journalism (public relations) and a minor in business (marketing). My experience for the last 40 years includes working in the corporate world (banking), the newspaper industry (advertising design and sales), owning and selling a restaurant, restoring and utilizing several old buildings on the property, teaching private dance and drama lessons for 20 years, free-lance writing for a national textile firm, publishing two children’s books, and ghost writing a book. My last tour of duty before beginning the current chapter was working as a reporter, photographer, and columnist for five weekly community newspapers. And now I teach...media writing at Columbus State University in Columbus Ga. I consider myself very fortunate--I get to be around intelligent, energetic and enthusiastic young people. What a joy. I believe the written word is one of the most powerful tools known to humankind. And now we have the ability to reach millions with a simple click of the mouse. Wow.
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14 Responses to Nature Over Words Today.

  1. Judy Jenks says:

    So true and so sad. The photos – nature – helps keep me centered. Thank you, my friend!

  2. jcopland@mchsi.com says:

    Pam,

    Thank you for the sun and shadows!

    Jean

  3. Janpylant@gmail.com says:

    Ahhh, nice. Well said. Don’t know what I would do without nature and quiet time. I enjoyed your pictures of Pine Mountain while we were away.

  4. Nature is truly beautiful . It’s sad most of us don’t take the time to really appreciate it’s beauty.

  5. llewis01 says:

    Such a beautiful place.

  6. Sharon says:

    Pam, thank you for feeling my heart strings.it made me homesick & happy! Best aloha, sharon

  7. Alex Garrett says:

    Thank you for the words and pictures. Nature truly quiets the soul.

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