Each person walks a life path that's uniquely their own even though its shared with others. As we travel our path from birth to death we pause at places that become memories we carry with us when we leave one's whereabouts behind and travel to the next. These pauses shape us intrinsically and cause us to evolve into the spirit filled being that goes with us as we travel. I think of my life as a series of gardens that I've visited or grown and tended because I've always been a worshiper of nature even though sometimes the gardens were places that show no semblance of a natural world. These sketches are snapshots of my life's gardens. The one where my feet first pressed into clumps of earth. The paths that led me to other 'gardens' good and bad. The spaces within those gardens my body and spirit have occupied. Although these garden images are very personal, I believe they will find a home in another person's soul. Someone who's garden's have paralleled mine even though their paths may be different. We are, after all, analogous beings.
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