When we lose our myths, we lose our place in the universe.

When we lose our myths we lose our place in the universe.

I couldn’t resist providing a link to this photo story on the Loch Ness monster myth, and the people who live in the shadow of the story – found via messynessychic.com. Earlier this summer I spent a week driving round the highlands of Scotland, and was totally blown away by the wonderful scenery, which just hints at the secrets hidden in the mountains and valleys. The photo story is by Jamie Stocker, and includes photos and interviews with a number of people who live by – and from – the loch.

Loch Ness right

Today’s quote is by Madeleine L’Engle.

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