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  1. pln.bee

    it’s always about the things that are yet to be discovered. just like how the future is so unknown. countless possibilities. series of imaginations

    1 year ago
  2. s

    science, of the mind and space. existence itself. the absurdity of it.

    1 year ago
  3. MHS

    My kids…especially when they’re little. Everything seems so magical, and they’ve literally made me stop to smell roses on a walk.

    1 year ago
  4. Malag

    It’s easiest for me with the big things. Clouds passing in the sky. The vista of rolling hills from on high. The piercing array of stars in a black night. But then if I stop and observe, it’s in everything around me. Like how my thumbs move over this phone keyboard; the delicate precision with little thought needed in how they and the hands, right up to the arms, shoulders and torso, organise themselves to do this everyday task.

    1 year ago
  5. Dusty Su

    When I am regenerated, filled up, mindfully able to approach life, I find wonder everywhere.
    What helps me find that space is nature, especially the ocean, meditative walking without aim or purpose, writing and reflection, yoga, excellent coffee savored to the last dregs, connecting to another soul compassionately, laughing for no reason, and a sense of purpose and achievement.

    1 year ago
  6. Neil

    A star filled sky, a summer thunderstorm, a meandering river and an ocean that stretches to the horizon, a colorful sunrise or sunset and the look in a young child’s eyes as if seeing everything for the first time. These are a few of of my favorite things…that make me wonder.

    1 year ago
  7. Don Jones

    The very subtle at the very edge of the periphery – just beyond the senses, but at the same time, a deep knowing is present.

    1 year ago
  8. Linda

    The night sky.

    1 year ago
  9. Elaine

    Looking through a microscope at the swirl of beings on a tiny piece of kelp – so much life!

    1 year ago
    1. Mica

      A microscope – wonderful, Elaine – I love microscopes!
      I love kelp too –

      1 year ago
  10. Carol

    Today’s quote

    1 year ago
  11. Roy Howard

    Sitting quietly in nature, listening, looking. It’s all wondrous to me.

    1 year ago
  12. pkr

    Mother Nature in all her glory.

    1 year ago
  13. Patricia

    The life cycle of the monarch butterfly (see below!), the tenacity of red squirrels, watching a grandchild concentrate to figure something out, a hummingbird’s wings and the sound of them, almost everything… and as Christine said, “I cannot stop….”

    1 year ago
  14. DeVonna

    My grandchildren.

    1 year ago
  15. Mary Pat

    Nature, children of all ages. And the oceans. From the North Sea to the Pacific Ocean brings a sense of wonder in me. I once had an encounter-not too close-with a juvenile whale in Hawaii that left me truly awe-struck. I couldn’t move….my camera was close by but I really could not move….time stopped for that moment and it has left such an impression on me! Those moments of wonder are such a gift….

    1 year ago
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