The Beauty of Connections

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Saint David’s, Bermuda.

When we get too caught up in the busyness of the world, we lose connection with one another- and ourselves. The problem with people who are always busy: they perceived you as if you never changed. Busyness is the way to craziness.

Living in Saint David’s Island is like having a  large extended  family. You might not see them everyday nor every week, sometimes  not even for months, but when you do, it’s often like seeing a long lost relative which in itself is amazing because Saint David’s Island is so small you would think you would bump into each other everyday and perhaps that’s the beauty of it. If you want to you can find a quiet space all to yourself.

 

All images Copyright © 2015 Jeann MacPherson; All rights Reserved.

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20 thoughts on “The Beauty of Connections

  1. Beautiful photos and a great take on the theme. I live in about as landlocked a place as you can get, but I love our trips to the ocean. There really is something about surf and salty air that makes you slow down and enjoy things and feel more connected to your surroundings and your own heart.

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