A photograph of Mt Fuji taken just now.
I think she disapproves.
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Don’t we all. I feel her pain.
I am numbing it out.
I have been feeling the pain since November 8th. The pain is chronic and will last at least four years…unless a miraclulous cure is discovered during the interim.
And I wouldn’t like to suggest what that might be….
Please convey both apologies and thanks to your mountain.
I will. Fuji captured my gloom perfectly at that moment!
I just got back from the local Women’s March a little while ago. It was inspiring and hope-giving, as there was a huge turnout (plenty of men, and children, too), and I live in one of the more conservative areas of California. People just kept pouring into the street. I actually cried. We CAN stop them, although it won’t be easy.
The Women’s March in Washington D.C. was also inspiring. I hope you are right that we can stop them, but the “he” of “them” is not a reasonable person and doesn’t care about anyone but himself.
Oh I know. I haven’t been able to stomach any of it though and have been totally immersed in my own dream world.
This is great to hear. I think these marches are very important, though what they will actually achieve is open to question. At the same time, silence would be wrong.
Fuji san’s overall gloom seems to mirror my own. It is as if I were in a nightmare and instead of waking up, another worse one is immediately upon me. How shall we ever get through this unscathed? I query myself.
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