Thank Goodness for Second Chances . . . .
It’s Canadian Thanksgiving and I am overwhelmed with depth of gratitude and purpose.
It is an extraordinary privilege to be able to live the life I do and I want so much for it to count.
Thank you dear readers for helping to amplify the beauty, mystery and fragility into the world so that there may be more understanding that there is no divide between land and sea and how our daily actions regarding chemical and energy use connect us – no matter how far away from this place you are.
The photo below is from two days ago – “Frosty” the Humpback Whale in Johnstone Strait, NE Vancouver Island.
To think we could have lost these glorious, majestic, mysterious, winged, singing, acrobatic ambassadors of our life-sustaining seas . . . .
Thank goodness for second chances.
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