August 2019

August 2019 | Issue no. 37 | by mark shaiken “Roil” – to move or proceed turbulently. Water roils when it rushes down a waterfall or races along in a river or forms waves and gets pushed in and out on a beach. When it roils, water looks awful busy, as it sprays, and foams, and hustles to whatever its final destination may be. That is what nature gives us – hustling water. Nature also gives us water in a lake that ripples. Rippling may be more gentle than a roil but it is not still. I like my water serene and still, or …

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