This evening as the moon made its appearance once again, I was out along the Skyline Highway. It was a smashing way to greet in the new Islamic Year. This evening the year 1433 Hijri started. Without any fanfare or incendiaries the year came in silence, exactly how I like it. Sublime moments bring there own grandeur to share with those open to seeing and recognizing them. I was fortunate to be among the audience.
The year has gone by very fast, faster than I could have imagined. Endings and beginnings are always times of retrospect and introspect. As I look back over the past year, I find that I have some regrets and some gratitude. It also brings hope and resolve to continue on. Much has changed over the past year both internally and externally. Nonetheless we have no choice but to accept the changes and move on, hopefully attaining growth as a human being.
I have much to share with you, my dear readers, in the weeks to come, and I just hope I can find the time, a commodity that has been in short supply with me lately, to bring out many new and exciting photographs and to share some interesting developments with Organic Light Photography. Its never boring here, so stay tuned.
One thing that you can be certain of is that the beauty of our fragile world will continue to grace the pages of this web journal and its parent website. And along with them my reflections that will hopefully keep us growing as individuals leading us to the nexus of love and action that will change the tide that is rapidly eroding our home.
To all my readers, Happy Islamic New Year and Peace to you all.