25 thoughts on “80 ~ Betrayal

      • I’m not the outdoorsy type and I hate the sun, but I do understand why you feel better when you’re connected to nature. I feel better when I’m connected to the water, which explains why I feel better when I’m closer to the ocean.

        • I connect to both foresty places and water. I hate the beach though… so incredibly dirty unless you’re in Hawaii or some place tropical. But I do love swimming. πŸ™‚ If all fails, then looking at photos of them will suffice. There are so many beautiful places in this world, like this 😯 :

  1. No, nature doesn’t betray, but it doesn’t really get a chance to. Choice is good, but can create so much chaos – humans are good at chaos! πŸ™‚ That’s a fantastic view! Be good to have a little holiday home on that hill!! πŸ˜€

    • I believe you’d have to read the poem “Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye during a Tour. July 13, 1798” to understand what I took from this, for this is in only in part of what I had read or felt from what was written. Nature does not betray, no matter how much time has passed or any changes that have taken place.

      Humans are good at chaos, and they are also very fickle. As for the little holiday home… this is where a fire enveloped the entire mountain from a post I wrote a few weeks back on the White City. The home wouldn’t stand a chance. 😦

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