Photo Day in the Russian Village… (06-21-2014)

I finally got feeling good enough to post an article, it has been a rough morning, noon and afternoon, but now I am doing better. The last photo is from a walk Boza and I just took and I did some thinking and said a prayer to God. It was raining, but the fire kept going, therefore I stood by the fire and warmed myself, as Boza ran around and did his dog stuff…

As I write this post, the bells are ringing at the monastery and they are getting ready for evening worship. They are serious about this place and I have a warm spot in my heart, to see the work being done here…

I thought I would explain about the hill that the village is built on and the land for as far as you can see. This is an old desert, that has been frozen, by vegetation. Everything is built on old sand dunes from millions of years ago and the soil is very sandy. It is easy to dig in and easy to grow in, as long as you have plenty of water and cow manure. Lucky for us, both are plentiful in this part of the world…

I will not be opinionated to you today and maybe not tomorrow either. The stupidity of the world can not be solved by me and for that fact by anyone. For we have stepped to far across the boundaries of morality and decency…

I guess I will be opinionated… 🙂

Oh, the prayer I said, was asking God to save the world from ourselves, as we play games that only adults should play and then if we were adults, we would know better than play these games…

There is some very sick evil people on earth and I many times think that they could not possibly be human, for the things they want and try to do and actually succeed in doing, has nothing to do with the human spirit of kindness and morals…

Give a thought to God today, doesn’t matter, the God you believe in. Don’t believe? Then think a thought to your non god and be thankful that we have a world as wonderful as we do. For soon we will not have this world and when sci-fi meets reality, it will be a rough planet indeed…

How blessed we are and for that alone we need to embrace nature and the planet in a big hug…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

P.S. the bicycle tire and wheel photo? I just like it and I have been looking at it for over seven years now and it hardly changes. It stays in the same spot on the sand and all I can tell is that it has rusted a little more. I just like it…


kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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