'A sense of humour lends you poise, it gives you balance and it helps you to bend without breaking'

(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)

Menorise [men-oh-rIse]; the process of inculcation

copyright Yamini Ali MacLean

Everything is relative.  We come. We go.  So does the land. 


Absolutely nothing is permanent. 

Except the Absolute.


  1. The second blog photo today of a Weathertop.

  2. What's a weathertop? The cloud?
    But, of course, like everything, it's relative.
    Love, K

  3. I have the same question about the weathertop. Never heard that term before. Lovely scene and excellent observation. It's all relative.

  4. Hari OM
    Hey there ladies - like all good sleuths I asked the Cloud about 'weathertop' and it didn't appear to know either!! Will ask Joanne next visit to her place...

    This photo is of Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh taken from the sister's flat.

  5. Weathertop was an isolated outcropping of hill/rock where Strider (Aragorn) defended the band of hobbits from the King of the Nazgul. Not that I'm a Lord of the Rings person. But, you must know, I have never seen the movie.
    The other picture I saw that day was a Dartmoor, England photo.


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