spring riches

butterfly2“To be rich in admiration and free from envy, to rejoice greatly in the good of others, to love with such generosity of heart that your love is still a dear possession in absence or unkindness – these are the gifts which money cannot buy.” ~Robert Louis Stevenson

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30 thoughts on “spring riches

  1. Hari OM
    Sigh…. for the butterfly
    Whether dark or light
    Take flight!

    Thank you for your comment at MY TAKE today Lilli. It is lovely to have a new visitor! I love what I see here and in reading back-log, am sending you healing thoughts and prayers. I have had Rheumatoid Arthritis since childhood and Asthma – complicated by CFS during my 30s. But I’m still standin’!!! In Love and Spirit, YAM xx

  2. What a beautiful quote and lovely image! The plant looks very similar to a fairy duster plant that we see in the desert (leaves are a little different). How exciting that you captured not one, but two butterflies! A beautiful work of art ~

    • Sorry! Yes, the Altius Harvest Meet is in Franklin. Also, at this meet if you bring a canned / non-perishable food item, there is a dsociunt on the admission, I believe. All items get donated to a food pantry.

  3. Just beautiful! And I LOVE the quote. I’ve visited Monterey, California when the Monarchs land there during migration. One of the most peaceful things I’ve ever seen or experienced. Thanks for sharing!

  4. ah, love the quote…and great picture as well…i love butter flies…little stained glass sky dancers….there are def gifts that money can not buy…smiles.

  5. It is a beautiful picture and I bet you did have fun taking it! We used to have a fire bush in our yard but I never saw butterflies on it — so pretty. And absolutely the perfect quote to go with it.

  6. Motorcycle Waleh still rule Panjab! To throw acid in the face of those opposing his acitnos; well then you can just say he deserved what was coming to him!. Peace is what we need in Panjab, but how can there be peace when we are provoked’ into doing such acts.

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