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Topic: Mountains (09/20/04)

TITLE: What's In A Name
By sharon grant
09/23/04

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When you here the name "Mountains" Where does it take you? Do your senses become enlightened? Or do you just say oh well its the mountains. Well, as for me and my senses the very thought of the word, sends me into a mystical trans. I imediately, became swept off my feet, into the cloudrous skies of my own mind,hoping that my wings will hold long enough so that I could top one of the most beautiful, natural, God-given blessing in this universe. "Mountains", allow us to dream and long for its solitude, it leaves our hearts sitting at one of its peak, you may ask, Why? Well one reason is because no matter how large or small, it is a masterpiece in its own rights. It does not belittle or become rude, it is not a taker but just the opposite, it does not make demands but embrace all that surpasses its very space. It incorporates all that mother-nature has to offer and yet stands within its own time. The mountains observe everything around them and yet never tries to interfere. The mountains allow there beauty to be photograph, they allow feets to trot on them, and in some cases have been used as one of life's ultimate goals of suceeding for instance when you hear, "I will make it to the mountaintop", very powerful statement. A mountain, the mountain, mountain it doesn't matter how you express it, this is a name like no other name. It will remains just as it first became to be, one of the great masterpieces of our world.


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L.M. Lee09/28/04
It is always good to look deeper into things and not just skim the surface. Nice thoughts.
darlene hight09/28/04
Nice entry and a different path around the topic.
Rita Garcia09/29/04
Sharon, Thanks for sharing majestic thoughts about mountains.
Blessings, Rita