True love cannot be divided, and must be voluntary and unconstrained. Cervantes.
I saw here the most brilliant rainbow that I ever imagined. It was just across the stream below the precipice, formed on the mist which this tremendous fall produced. And I stood on a level with the keystone of its arch. It was not a few faint prismatic colors merely, but a full semicircle only …
Who looks upon a river in a meditative hour, and is not reminded of the impermanence of all things? Paraphrased from Emerson, Nature.
The highest truths cannot be written down or taught by speech. A man who cannot write a word, can yet contemplate his own heart and become wise. Bodhidharma, From Zen and Art, by Arthur Waley.
Is it not probable that the Brahmins were the first legislators of the earth? The first philosophers? The first theologians? From Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary.
In shooting, the arrow need not go right through the target, for all men are not the same in strength. Confucius.
Piety is not an end, but a means. A means of attaining the highest culture, by the purest tranquility of soul. Johann Vulfgong Von Gurteh
Here is a condensed version of some of the journey. You can see more photos here: El Camino Album