Weekly Photo Challenge: Converge

In the valley of Kadisha where the mighty river flows, two little streams met and spoke to one another. One stream said, “How came you, my friend, and how was your path?” And the other answered, “My path was most encumbered. The wheel of the mill was broken, and the master farmer who used to conduct me from my channel to his plants, is dead. I struggled down oozing with the filth of laziness in the sun. But how was your path, my brother?” And the other stream answered and said, “Mine was a different path. I came down the hills among fragrant flowers and shy willows; men and women drank of me with silvery cups, and little children paddled their rosy feet at my edges, and there was laughter all about me, and there were sweet songs. What a pity that your path was not so happy.”

At that moment the river spoke with a loud voice and said, “Come in, come in, we are going to the sea. Come in, come in, speak no more. Be with me now. We are going to the sea. Come in, come in, for in me you shall forget you wanderings, sad or gay. Come in, come in. And you and I will forget all our ways when we reach the heart of our mother the sea.”

– Kahlil Gibran

All streams and falls join the fjord and meet the same end. (May 2013)

All streams and falls join the fjord and meet the same end. (May 2013)

One of the thousand waterfalls bringing meltwater to the Naeroyfjord (May 2013)

One of the thousand waterfalls bringing meltwater to the Naeroyfjord (May 2013)

This is my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge of 29th Nov. 2014 and the theme is Converge

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