Capturing the Moment — Patio Fountain (Children Water Bearers)   1 comment

The original posting was October 5, 2010 a few months after we moved from The Woodlands , Texas, leaving behind our Zen fountain in the garden area of our backyard. The old fountain is about due for a resurfacing now nine years out. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

Zen Fountain — Images by kenne

When we moved from The Woodlands to Tucson, we left a fountain I labored on over several weeks. It was my Zen fountain. I not only miss the fountain but even more so the sound of running water.

Our home in Tucson has an old “children water bearers” fountain, which at first I thought we would replace it with a fountain made of glazed pots. But, with time, the children just seemed to belong as they were, under the olive tree. This past week I began filling the cracks and holes, sanding the surface and repainting the fountain. The fountain was minis a pump, so a new pump was purchased and put in place. Now our patio, with the sound of running water, is living for the Now.

The Now
(In the Zen of the Now,
past and future exist as one.)

Living for…

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Posted October 6, 2019 by kenneturner in Information

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  1. ❤️❤️❤️

    On Sun, Oct 6, 2019 at 11:01 AM Becoming is Superior to Being wrote:

    > kenneturner posted: “The original posting was October 5, 2010 a few months > after we moved from The Woodlands , Texas, leaving behind our Zen fountain > in the garden area of our backyard. The old fountain is about due for a > resurfacing now nine years out. — kenne ” >

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