Many years ago I was taking an evening walk on the Manhatten Beach in southern California. Gentle light shone through the large bay windows of those houses lining the first row by the ocean front. I thought how fortunate these people were and wondered whether they would ever stand by their windows and not see the beauty of the ocean any more. Now I've just got a home with a view first time in my life. As I watched into the Bay of Banyan Trees (Yung Shue Wan) shrounded in golden late afternoon sunlight, I felt as if I could stand to this view and be awed by the warmth and beauty of it forever.