A painter and writer, sharing her love of nature and its wisdom.
On the Banks of the Mekong
On the banks of the Mekong River, lived a boy named Tashi. Tashi came from a long line of fishermen. The trade was passed down from father to son for many generations. Every morning before the sun came up, Tashi and his father went out on the river. As his father threw in the first bait of the day, he always said, “You only receive from the level that you give. We give food to many fish, and, in return, many fish give us food. It is the balance of life.“