Aloha on a Double Rainbow
A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed… It feels an impulsion… this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons. ~Richard Bach
My take: After Superstorm Sandy’s destruction a friend sent her regards – an aloha and love on a double rainbow from Hawaii. The thought was touching. So many people helping, concerned, reaching out to help others. Beautiful display. This post is dedicated to all those people whom I am so grateful. The poem says “when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons”. You lifted others up to see beyond the horizon, as bad as the destruction was. Nothing better than seeing such an outpouring of love and kindness.
Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky. ~Rabindranath Tagore
Seeing how people help one another during a crisis? Fabulous. So much love was sent when it was really needed. Beautiful. Very heart warming. Thanks to everybody. Grateful for all the wonderful support, love and hugs to all my wonderful friends and family.
People come floating into my life, adding color to my sunset sky.
Featured image is Kauai Coastline from an Aerial View With Rainbow.
Photo credit: Katrina Brown purchased at Dreamstime.com.
Kauai is the northwestern most of Hawaii’s major islands. Nicknamed the Garden Island, it is covered with lush greenery and tropical plants, watered regularly by abundant rainfall. As the oldest of the islands, it has been changed the most by the forces of erosion, and this has resulted in natural wonders such as Waimea Canyon and the Na Pali Coast.
The major regions of Kaua`i can be defined by their location on the island relative to the prevailing trade winds. The north and east sides of the island are on the “windward” side of the island, where the winds blow onto the shore. These parts of the island tend to get the most rain, and as a result, are the greenest and most tropical parts of the island. The south and west sides of the island are on the “leeward” side of the island, which receive less rain since most clouds have already dropped their rain on the windward side of the island.
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