Ecology of a date night

Where we sat on the shore this day, the river runs so calmly and shallow, one could easily walk across it, which I was tempted to do in order to reach a collection of bronze colored boulders rising from the water, where fifty or so little birds were perching between water dives, feeding on tiny insects or fish or fresh water mussels—I can only guess.

Notes from Anam Cara

John O'Donohue's Anam Cara focuses in on the soul-feeding practices of the Celts, their connection to the landscape & rhythms of nature, and gives us a fresh way of thinking about our handful of years on earth and what happens next