We all, at times, get stuck in life, but to remain stuck and allow ourselfves to deteriorate, is problematic. There’s always light we can respond to no matter how distant.
All that is eternal in me welcomes the wonder of this day, the field of brightness it creates offering time for each thing to arise and illuminate.
John O’ Donohue
Another walk in the woods – Bluebells everywhere.
I was walking in the Woods this afternoon. The trees were full of blossoms and the scent in the air was wonderful. Spring is filled with so much beauty
Sometimes distance is so telling, the way back is impossible.
If only we could truly read faces – what stories, what mysteries would we find there.
While visiting Scotney castle, I watched a group of volunteers working and laughing and conversing away. It was a lovely little scene and I couldn’t help but think that there’s something beautiful about work and conversation when the two come together in a harmonious goal.
The fields, gardens, churchyards and sidewalks are blessed with their brief and beautiful presence.
Sometimes the sky just wants to take a closer look at the ground.
Built into one another: shaped by light and dark.