How to know where you are





Flying over north west Australia


Many stops and starts, much movement and dislocation ... I wonder at times 'where on earth am I?' 





Friends
[paper by 53]


Momentarily grounded [in a good way] in hometown Perth, spending some time with philosophical and enquiring friends. Yesterday's discussion focused on the merits of online sharing, comparing blogs and face books and instant images over a coffee overlooking old ships and fishing boats in Fremantle harbour. And thus we reached a conclusion that it's good to share with others, through a blog, for example, but that it seems equally important to do it for oneself. As a way of knowing where one is and being able to fit things together that make sense, a blog is very useful. 





Paving stones Borobudur Java



Although the primary intention is to communicate and share what one has been doing [I am always appreciative of the dear reader who drops in for a look], there is the added bonus of being able to look back and read the running commentary ... reminding, remembering and rendering it all real. I may not always know where I am, but at least I can see where I've been!







Contemplating in the moonlight
[Paper by 53]














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