By The Ridge

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By the Ridge

Looking through some green tree boughs, I see the beautiful Grand Canyon snaking itself along. The Earth formations are incredible. I like the contrast between the red rock and the greenery.

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Ridge Lines

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Ridge Lines

This is an incredible view of the ridge lines found in the Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA. I love the flow of the rock. I like the difference in the red and green hues. There is a path down below.

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Old Oak Tree

Old Oak Tree

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The tree is majestic, rugged and beautiful. Without is foliage, you see the expanse of limbs.

I like the knot in the tree which gives it character. I love the blue sky above.

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Eagle Eyes

Photography by Mary Mikawoz - "Eagle Eyes"

Photography by Mary Mikawoz – “Eagle Eyes”

Eagle Eyes

This is a photograph I took in the Interlake area of Manitoba, Canada. I would like to thank David Elliott Atwell for driving me around and letting me take such great photographs. Without him, these beautiful eagles would not be captured with their striking eyes, golden beaks and white heads.

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The Power of the Heart

The Power of the Heart

The Power of the Heart

Book: “The Power of the Heart: Finding Your True Purpose in Life” by Baptist de Pape

Book Review by Mary Mikawoz

This is a beautifully produced book by Simon and Schuster with beautiful imagery and masterfully written by Baptist de Pape. He has interviewed eighteen spiritual leaders and scientists in combining his information in this book and the movie by the same title.

The book contains more detail as the movie could only be an hour and a half in length as directed by Drew Heriot, also director of the famous “The Secret” movie. The book outlines more of the interviews that took place. For example, he was able to interview Maya Angelou for three hours and could not put all her valuable insights into the movie so some more information and quotes appear in the book.

The power of the heart is the seat of the soul. The heart has a resonance that can be felt 8 to 10 feet away. Also the heart’s energetic field is greater than that of the brain. Thoughts and emotions physically change the heart and how it functions. The heart will tell you the truth of matters before your complicated ego can get in the way.

The book is subdivided into three parts. The first part deals with the “Paths to the Heart” and includes opening to your heart’s wisdom and living in the now. The second part deals with “The Inner Powers” and deals with everything from gratitude to creating authentic power and synchronicity. Finally, the third part deals with the “Heart in the World” dealing with forgiveness, money and resilience.

The book is a well thought out spiritual reflection of current day knowledge and insights. The 18 inspirational international speakers and scientists have accomplished much and are among the leaders in their respective fields. To end, it is worth mentioning their names so you can see how impressive the leaders are in this book and movie. Isabel Allende, Dr. Maya Angelou, Dr. Bernard Beckwith, Dr. Deepak Chopra, Paulo Coelho, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Linda Francis, Dr. Jane Goodall, John Gray, Rollin McCraty, Howard Martin, Ruediger Schache, Marci Shimoff, Dean Shrock, Eckart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch, Marianne Williamson, and Gary Zukav.

Finally, I would like to mention that I have also seen the movie and would also recommend that both the book and movie are worthwhile ventures to new thought and spiritual seekers.

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Gorge

Gorge Photograph by Mary Mikawoz

Gorge Photograph by Mary Mikawoz

This is a gorge at the Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular.

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Burnt Tree

Burnt Tree by Mary Mikawoz

Burnt Tree by Mary Mikawoz

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This is the Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular. I like the burnt tree as contrast.

Two Cliffs

Two Cliffs by Mary Mikawoz

Two Cliffs by Mary Mikawoz

These cliffs are at Grand Canyon National Park. President Theodore Roosevelt was a proponent of the preservation of the canyon. The canyon is a 277 miles long and places 18 miles wide with a depth of over a mile. It is beautiful in its majesty. It has sheer cliffs and is spectacular. I like the tree in between the two cliffs.

Golden Gate Bridge 3

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Golden Gate Bridge 3

I took this photo as a comparison between a huge ocean liner carrier and the minimum height of the Golden Gate Bridge.  It is so high up that it seems like you could put to ocean liner ships one on top of the other.  You can also see some of the roughness of the water in the bay and you can imagine how much rougher it would be in the Pacific Ocean.  I also learned that Joseph Strauss was the main engineer and actually had to face opposition to the project in the first place.  Strauss had already designed and constructed over 400 drawbridges, mainly inland.

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Golden Gate Bridge 2

Photography by Mary Mikawoz

Photography by Mary Mikawoz

Golden Gate Bridge 2

This photo shows most of the expanse of the Golden Gate Bridge.  What is interesting to note is that the construction on the bridge started in 1933 and that it was finished ahead of schedule and under budget.  This should serve as a signal to today’s society where projects normally go over budget and are not finished on the speculated or planned time.  That is my political comment for the modern world.  This bridge is one of the most photographer bridges in the world and is considered one of the most beautiful.

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