“the pulse of colour flooded the bay with blue, and the heart expanded with it and the body swam”
“The shore is an ancient world, for as long as there has been an earth and sea there has been this place of the meeting of land and water.”
“But that day, as I sat on the tranquil shore, it was possible to believe one was gazing into eternity.”
“Sometimes the lone walker feels that he is moving backwards in time, and sometimes that he stands at the threshold of a different world”
“All Our Waves Are Water” is a memoir written by American writer Jaimal Yogis, and is his third book. A guy has grown up with Buddhist-yogi parents, loves to surf, studies journalism and searches for the blissful lining of the thing called life.
A day well spent on Lake Kaņieris here in Latvia. I saw cormorants.
I did it! I opened the Sea Library by the Baltic Sea. Come, borrow, read or donate a sea book.
This photo captures all what Beach Books is about. Reading books about the sea by the sea, with love.
What wonderful sights you can discover not far from home. Spooky jungle of broken ambition.
I don’t know what I’ve just read. But I want more. There is no end to this book. There is no beginning. It just is. Like a Melvillian loop.