Walk With Me

Cats tails

Don’t walk behind me; I may not lead.
Don’t walk in front of me; I may not follow.
Just walk beside me and be my friend.

~  Albert Camus

Image by:  The Blessing of Animal Companions
Quote from:  ME and the Boss

 

25 thoughts on “Walk With Me

  1. My dear, would you believe that less than 2 minutes ago a friend of mine put the following Albert Camus on her FB page: Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal. And here on your lovely post is an Albert Camus quote accompanied by these two little sweet, furry souls! How you make my Friday!! Cher xo

    • I’ve never heard of Camus before until ME posted it and another blogger posted these feral cats and I simply put them together. Question? How did you come up with the number 4444?

      • Interesting how you put them together! I had never heard of Camus until two minutes before I read your post! *LOL* It was indeed an interesting serendipitous moment. Perhaps I should look into this. . I love that! Yes, “44” has been a number I have always felt feels positive. Ever since I was a child, it has shown up everywhere. So does the number, “88”; double “44”. I believe that everything has an energy vibration, so do numbers! 🙂 Oh, and the “seaangel” part; dolphins also resonate with me, and they have been called, “angels of the sea” for being known to rescue humans, and love them as fellow creatures. I also love angels. 🙂 Cher xo

      • Thank you! Doreen Virtue has a small book about numbers and their meanings which is quite interesting. Apparently in the Chinese culture, the number 8 signifies wealth As for me, why, I just ‘feel’ them. And to you as well!!! Big hugs, Cher xo

  2. Excellent image! Is it a no-brainer that God blesses us through metaphor … beautiful, creative, at times humorous, and at times absolutely sobering metaphor? I love it. I think blogging is tremendously enhanced when we bring metaphor / the visual into the community? That quote has been with me in the front of my being for years, but … I did not know that Camus was the source . Hey, this was good. I hope you have a great weekend. Peace, T

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