The visit to the Okinawa aquarium was delightful.
Apart from big tanks with panoramic views of the sharks, sting rays etc, there are also small tanks with the small fishes and corals.
This is a picture showing the small fishes and the colorful corals.
Please enjoy 🙂
Every body has their own interpretation of Nostalgia.
Different cultures and brought up experience have influence on what nostalgia may mean.
An old radio or a sewing machine are definitely common elements of nostalgia for many countries. I have posted them in my previous post.
The picture here is a collection of old objects in an old mansion in Okinawa, Japan.
The room has old tea pots, oil lamps, weaving machines, flour grinder etc. We have something similar in our cultures but they may not look the same. But still, they seem nostalgic to me.
I am not a preacher.
The illness of mom in the last year has made me all the more aware how helpless one can be. How weak and hopeless one can become.
While walking along the shoreline of Okinawa, I spotted light coming down from the sky (heaven?)
They look as if they are ” Jesus Light”.
Quoting the words of the Bible:
Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”
So, follow the light!