Worth a Thousand Words #10

It is often said that- – –

“a picture is worth a thousand words”.

This series will be postings of a single picture.   May you find that the following photo “speaks” volumes and makes your mind travel deep within.

See & Listen

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REFLECTION:

What words does this photo “speak” to you?

  About you?

  About how you live?

  About how you spend your time?

  About your past hopes & dreams?

  About your plans for the future?

  About the beauty you have experienced,

             and the beauty you want to experience – in your life?

What are you doing to make all of that happen?

Be Still – – – and Know

 

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If you want more “inspirational” photos of nature and flowers and water,  check out any of the past postings from the archive of:   Gardens at Waters East    click on:   www.gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com

 

 

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.

Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.

 

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Albert Camus – a quote

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”

 — Albert Camus

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Reflection:

Here we are – Autumn

          What  does this season do to you, for you?

          Is it a sad ending of the year?

          Is it a getting ready to go-to-bed kind of time?

          Is it a bursting forth of color and light,

                  a making a splash in nature’s time?

What is your mood – feeling – attitude

As the season progresses?

What do the photos posted today say to you?

About you?

About the “color” you bring into the world?

Be Still – – – and Know

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If you want more “inspirational” photos of nature and flowers and water,

check out any of the past postings from the archive of:   Gardens at Waters East    click on:   www.gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.

Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.

 

 


Up Close & Personal

Did you really ever look at something?  Really look?  Get up close and personal?  Here is an opportunity to get close – – – real close and see what can often be missed.  Look now at the detail, the expression, the color, the texture – close but not too close so that the “thing” is still recognizable for what it is.

Looking closely at a thing, at life, at friendship, at one’s past;  seeing the many fine details that make the whole, can give a new appreciation, a new understanding, a new perspective, a renewed purpose to move on and live again more fully, being whole again.

Here are six photos to bring you into contact with the more intimate parts of life.

What is spoken here?   Spoken to you?   Spoken about intimate beauty?

View these photos as “stepping stones” into your life and the details of all your are.

What are the inner parts of you that make your life more whole?

How about applying that same observation to the others you encounter?

Enjoy & Reflect

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Be Still – – – and Know

 

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 If you like these photos and want to see more of nature from the private gardens where these photos were taken along the shores of Lake Michigan – check out:    www.gardensatwaterseast.blogspot.com

 

Your thoughts and comments are always welcomed.

Write a few words to share.

Take this opportunity to “teach” all of us who seek deeper truth in life.