kinder carefully bathe their babies
each with their own method
including a squeegee
all were clean and happy.
“it is the nature of babies to be in bliss.”
Ethel and Bobby Kennedy play with their sons before bedtime at home
“let us dedicate ourselves to what the greeks wrote so many years ago:
to tame the savageness of man and make gentle the life of this world. “
– robert kennedy
november 20, 1925 – june 6, 1968
(50 years ago)
image credit: time life pictures, paul schuyler
bee whisperer’s mom,
on our late summer walk
by the river.
my grandson/ her son,
on our early summer trip
by the lake.
genetics, gentle compassion, curiosity and nature at play.
“it is in our genes to understand the universe if we can,
to keep trying even if we cannot,
and to be enchanted by the act of learning all the way.”
― lewis thomas
f visits the garden
by the lake
to talk to the bumblebees
to see them up close
then befriends them
learn more about each other
full of calm and peace
and after they make
a short visit to his place
puts them back
where he found them
goodbye for now.
the garden suggests there might be a place where we can meet nature halfway.