3 thoughts on “Reflections on Endings

  1. Good morning. Your word made me both cry tears and recall happy moments of the oast. Your writing captures so much and resonates in many ways. Yes, Narrowsburg feels like and ending that is pushing me forward in new ways that are percolating and trying to manifest. Please keep sharing your beautiful and profound thoughts. Ma xxoo

  2. Elo
    Thank you for such a beautiful piece! Fear strikes at the core. It makes us divisive, missing the humanity in each other. Nature grounds us in so many ways. Thank you for a reflective and refreshing piece amidst a difficult time. 💕🌻

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