Connections- Ailsa’s Weekly Travel Theme

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xxx Ailsa

“In nature we never see anything isolated, but everything in connection with something else which is before it, beside it, under it and over it.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Creativity is the power to connect the seemingly unconnected.” – William Plomer

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There is the connection between a fisherman and his fish…

There is a strong connection between man and nature...

There is a strong connection between man and nature… and brothers…

There is a connection between man and beast...

There is a connection between man and beast…

There can be important connections between brother and sister...

There can be important connections between brother and sister…

But the strongest connection might be between mother and child...

But the strongest connection might be between mother and child…

As you can see: family is a very important connection to us. We are not always that successful in fishing and hiking. But our connections can be a huge source of fun!

PS- Both the fish and the python was caught and released… some children too…🙂

10 thoughts on “Connections- Ailsa’s Weekly Travel Theme

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  3. Great!! That teory of catch and release really works for the children… wonder why I didn’t think of it years ago!!😉
    Mooi kinders daai… soos ma en pa dink ek! Die vreugde en geluk skyn deur… self in in nat!😉

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