Your Last Breath


Steele Creek Park, COE Camp, Whitney, TX

When you sit in Oneness, none of your life seems particularly important—and yet it all feels so deeply beautiful.

I expect this is the same way most people feel as they lie on their death-beds…

and take their last breath.


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2 thoughts on “Your Last Breath

  1. Hello Wayne,
    the picture ; love the figure in the foreground and together with your words they remind me of another mystical song, Suzanne by Leonard Cohen.
    Suzanne is Her and perhaps ‘drowning/dying’ people do eventually see Her. I hope my comment doesn’t distract other viewers from your observations but the song and picture and words just seemed to go together for me.

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