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Spring(春)

The Enigma Dragon

ImageSpring(春)

Big and small

春が来る町で

Flowers of tree

小さくて大きい

Dance together on rainbow

木の花を虹へ

In town that the spring is to come

一緒に踊ろう

Bright sunlight is

明るい日光は、

When blinding my eyes,

瞳に入った時、

There will be a new future

新鮮の風は

Because the refreshing air is

夏の向こうへ吹いているので

Blowing toward the summer

新しい未来があるだろう

Door is now open

今扉を開けるよ!

In order to look for

君と歩く案内の光を

The guiding light that accompany you

探すように 春の扉の向こうへ

The voice softly whisper into one’s ear

歩くべきだと

That one must walk

優しい声にそっと

Toward the door of spring

囁いてくれる

By doing so, the new horizon

すると、新水平線を

Will be drawn

描いて行く

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KAENG KRACHAN.NESTING TIME

A Birder´s Blog

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Black-naped Monarch

Kaeng Krachan is the birdiest site of Thailand.This superb national park host more than 400 species of birds and 57 species of mammals.It’s the largest national park in Thailand and it’s located only 3 hours from Bangkok, and 30 kilometers from Petchaburi town.May is the best month to see many species nesting, especially Broadbills.

To get there I went to Victory Monument.From there i took a van to Kaeng Krachan town.It took around 3 hours.Once there, stuff of Samarn Camp were waiting for me.They picked me up and they rode for 20 kilometers to Samarn Camp.There are some bungalows ( about 1000 bath/night ) plus a camping area and you can rent a tent once there.Mr. Samarn is probably the best source of information of the birds of Kaeng Krachang, knowing their location, nesting time and anything you want to know about birds.

I slept in my own…

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You don’t need religion to have morals…

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Religion MoralsFrom Global Awakening

“Perhaps it is just me, but I’d be wary of anyone whose belief system is the only thing standing between them and repulsive behavior. Why not assume that our humanity, including the self-control needed for a livable society, is built into us? Does anyone truly believe that our ancestors lacked rules of right and wrong before they had religion? Did they never assist others in need, or complain about an unfair deal?

Human morality must be quite a bit older than religion and civilization. It may, in fact, be older than humanity itself. Other primates live in highly structured social groups in which rules and inhibitions apply and mutual aid is a daily occurrence. Acts of genuine kindness do occur in animals as they do in humans. Altruistic behavior serves a cooperative group life, which benefits the actors of such behavior, yet the behavior is fueled by…

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