It seems it’s pretty easy these days to become mired in the negativity that seems to be enveloping our planet.
I’ve heard from several sources that it’s simply the cycle of time when we and our planet are evolving … meaning that we’re breaking away from old paradigms in order to bring in the new. Is there anything “simple” about it this process? Personally, I don’t think so. You see, we’ve all got a lot of baggage … old issues we haven’t wanted to look at and heal, old programming from our parents who meant well but handed down the programming they received from their parents, etc. The list could go on and on and some days it sure does.
Maybe it’s time to look at that old baggage for what it really is … old baggage. Ask it what it’s trying to teach us. Once we know what it is, then maybe we can drop it and get on the train feeling a little lighter. I know that I can’t do this alone so I call on God to help me shine a light on the dark places.
I really want to leave my bags at the station. How about you?
There’s a bank downtown that has the oddest angle to the front of the building … it’s at least at 45 degrees as you can see by the car coming into the driveway … and it’s mirrored. I wonder who has to wash these windows! Sure glad it’s not me. I got dizzy just taking this shot. What do you think? Namaste.
“As soon as you see things in a new way, with a perspective of gratitude and an opportunity for growth, you will be rewarded immensely” ~ http://www.intenders.org
Doing this 366 project has allowed me to see things in a new way. I seem to always be looking at things and saying to myself, “I wonder what kind of shot I can get of that?” Sometimes there just isn’t anything that comes to me, but more often than not, an idea pops into my head about what to do. I’m grateful for that, for the creative process and the opportunity for growth that this project has brought to me. I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything! And I am rewarded immensely by your support and encouragement. I guess I can’t say that enough … so thanks again!
Bouncing the light is nature’s way of giving us unique, no two alike, images. That’s what happened when I caught the sun reflecting on our zebra painting through a paned mirror on the other side of the room. I really like how the light was playing and bringing in the reds of the setting sun’s rays. Namaste’