So here we are on Day 3, and again I’d like to give a big thank you and shout out to my blogging friend, Novus Lectio, for nominating me for the “Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge.” You really should check out this blog as it has wonderful mix of creative posts.
Here are the Rules:
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Post a quote for three consecutive days.
- Nominate three bloggers for each post.
And the Quote:
So, I was out hiking one day and out in the middle of nowhere was a bench positioned in the shade of a eucalyptus tree. It was a nice spot to take a breather, but it was more than just that. It was also a small shrine dedicated to spiritual awareness, meditation, and compassion.
What had happened was that people, when pausing here for reflection, had been leaving objects behind. Contributions of sacred objects, ceremonious blessings, or sacraments so to speak. And lying among these objects was a stone with a quote from Philip Pullman.
And I think this quote is perfect for us writers.
And my Day 3 Nominees Are:
Congrats to my nominees! There is no timeline to respond, and you do not have to participate if you don’t want to, but you should check out these blogs.
Photos: It was amazing to find a little place of spiritualism and reflection on that hike. The pic of the stone speaks for itself 🙂 The flowers above I found when I was on a hike in Michigan – seemed like I had entered the fairy realm.