Eastertime musings during coronavirus pandemic

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Another day in paradise — also known as ‘enhanced community quarantine’. Another day of observation here in Caticlan, Aklan, Philippines. Tonight, an uneasy aura of natural power and celestial might.

sunset, garbage fire, people digging for snails, as described in eastertime musings during coronavirus pandemic

Sunset into the sea. A full moon rising. Way low tide. Bonfires. Beaches. Islands. Venus. Sands for miles and eons. Puny humans collecting snails. A power outage. Candles. As darkness fell, a helpless feel. The forces of nature dwarfing humankind and human problems.

A demonstration? A warning? A world convulsing. The planet saying ‘enough’. Enough of our plastics and petrochemicals and poisons and progress. Nature reminding us she can and will win in the end. Microbes, plate quakes, molten metal or ice, raging waters and winds — the natural world sending us messages.

a cow, fishermen, a nipa hut, mentioned in tedly's musings during coronavirus pandemic

Earlier in the day too; nature. A different tenor. A step back in time. Agriculture. Animals. Grazing. Goats and chickens. Bamboo and coconuts. Boats and nets. Fish dried in the sun. Nature cooperating. In partnership with man. Is it too late?

Burn more. Build more. Buy more. What is the true price? Empires will fall. Disease will destroy. Mankind is ephemeral.

Easter: He will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead. And His kingdom will have no end. (From the Nicene Creed.)

As always, be thankful and generous, happy trails, & more beer.

Life is NOW!

sunset behind clouds over water to add to the drama of tedly's musings during coronavirus pandemic

Tedly and Ellen alternate updating the blog every day while we are in Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) on Panay Island in the Philippines. The first post about how it happened is here.

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