Balance and Nature
The buds are breaking on the vineyard because for the vines, the cycle continues as it always does. That's the thing about nature, isn't it? The sun rises each day and the plants soak it in. The birds are especially active. Quails rapidly walk in their funny line formation. The sparrows and finches are singing while they splash in the pool. The hawks feel a little more freedom in the air. But, then again, they always felt that freedom.
We are bearing witness to a time that forces reflection and makes you take notice: There is life out there that is seemingly unaffected by the ongoing crisis. Our vineyard tells us that spring is here. As a living, breathing space, it has its own pulse and we feel it. There is an inherent spiritual connection to nature. We breathe in its energy and breathe out gratitude for being allowed to take care of it.
We'll ask you again: How are all of you? Please feel free to drop us a line about anything at all.
Nature's balance and our connection to it has been our muse this past week. Here's what we cooked, drank, listened to and read to each other.
Indian Classical/Western Fusion Playlist
"Daffodils" by William Wordsworth
As always, if there is anything that you need, please reach out by replying or calling (805) 835-6094.
Anita and Varinder Sahi
"In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks." - John Muir
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