Today’s #Picture to Inspire Your Imagination: 07/August/21

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20 thoughts on “Today’s #Picture to Inspire Your Imagination: 07/August/21

  1. Pingback: Today’s #Picture to Inspire Your Imagination: 07/August/21 | In the Net! – Pictures and Stories of Life

    1. It will be today, Lynette; it’s quite wet here.
      I wondered if you were being affected by the forest fires. Let’s hope the rain arrives and helps dampen them down.

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      1. Yes, the fires here are very bad (accompanied by a drought and major record breaking temperatures). One town to the north of us had 49.5C in early July. A few days later the entire area was wiped out by a fast wildfire. Much of western Canada has been enveloped by smoke.

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            1. There are signs, at last, that the world’s governments are finally at least making noises in the right direction. How much that will be translated into action remains to be seen, of course. So much vested interest; and that applies to all of us, as well as to companies and governments. We will have to change our lifestyles, not a popular idea.

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              1. The only way is for our politicians to grow a backbone, get what they were hired to do, and legislate better behaviour (unfortunately there are many who just won’t comply otherwise). The premier of Quebec, François Legault, recently legislated a closure of non-essential services to the unvaccinated and instituted required vaccine documentation for entry. There was some grumbling and complaining but the vaccination rate soared – the very next day! I don’t have a problem with this from a rights perspective; I think of it as being in the same category as impaired driving and other public safety laws.

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                1. I agree, Lynette. And regarding the Human Rights issue, I always counter any unreasonable objections with ‘And what about your human responsibilities? Rights come with responsibilities, and you can’t have one without the other.’

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  2. It looks like the forest path splits. Do you go left or right? Reminds me of The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost
    “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
    And sorry I could not travel both”
    I met him, believe it or not.

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    1. Yes, this path splits at this point, Noelle, and we can go either way, and do. But this is a part of the forest where we often ignore the paths completely, as it’s an area where it’s easy to roam free among the trees.
      Good old Robert Frost; was he as you’d expect from his poetry?

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