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Harold Heindell Tejada / 4 items

N 0 B 2.3K C 10 E Oct 19, 2007 F Oct 20, 2007
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bespren ni pareng ogie
hehehe


this was taken at the Al Areen Wildlife Park
i've uploaded this picture without any post processing other than transferring from the CF card to the PC
masyadong busy kamamadali ko ito lang na-save ko sa flashdrive
i will be uploading more....soon

Tags:   nature wildlife bahrain al areen park love emotion honor zyworks zykraft light lightstalker dark dream harold photographx haeroldus laudeus adventure retrospect journey reflection fountain wisdom sophia philos solace solstice serendipity halcyone calm peaceful serenity vespers world catchycolors high dynamic range halcyon days transitus magnus photographer messenger herald metaphysics fragments

N 0 B 667 C 2 E Oct 19, 2007 F Oct 22, 2007
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"Unless a grain of wheat falls to the earth and dies, it remains just a grain of wheat. But if it dies, it yields a rich harvest." -John 12-:24

Lord, you have said that the last will be first. You humbled yourself and took on the human condition to show us our worth. May we learn to see with the eyes of faith, that we may recognize each person as a brother or sister to be loved as you have loved us.

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N 0 B 1.1K C 0 E Oct 19, 2007 F Oct 22, 2007
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Take wisdom from the wise
It takes a man of vision to write on water
Not everyone who rides a horse is a jockey
Great men rise to greater challenges.”


Etymology - The name Cocos probably derives from a Portuguese word meaning monkey, perhaps because its nut, bearing three germinating pores, resembles a monkey face. Its specific name derives from Latin, meaning nut-bearing (from fero = I bear and nux-nucis = nut).
www.dipbot.unict.it/Palms/Descr01.html

pasensya na po
na-miss ko lang ang niyog
hehe

Tags:   cocos nucifera al areen wildlife park bahrain love emotion honor zyworks zykraft light lightstalker dark dream harold photographx haeroldus laudeus adventure retrospect journey reflection fountain wisdom sophia philos solace solstice serendipity halcyone calm peaceful serenity vespers world catchycolors high dynamic range halcyon days transitus magnus photographer messenger herald metaphysics fragments

N 0 B 687 C 1 E Oct 19, 2007 F Oct 23, 2007
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FLOWER OF LIFE

A Poem by Eileen Finch Cain

F eel the goodness in all forms of life
L ove all things; let go of strife
O pen your petals; let love flow in
W iden the gap; let love grow within
E rase the scars of the past
R est in the assurance that only love lasts

O wn your self-worth in spite of what others may say
F ind again the peace in your day

L ive your potential; let the world know
I nto yourself let a new energy flow
F ind out you have so much to give
E mbrace love; laugh and life

Be joyous and free
Be all that you are and ever could be!

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