Sunday, July 6, 2014
Quiet Reflection Sunday
Live the full life of the mind,
exhilarated by new ideas,
intoxicated by the romance of the unusual.
In this world of constant stimuli, it is nature that slows my pace. I practice the art of seeing when I'm outside. It is easy to
have life pass by in a flash. Do you every stop and wonder what
you did yesterday, last week etc...? Doesn't it seem that this year
has flown by? Well, for me, nature slows life down. It gives me
time to reflect, to stop whatever bullet train I've been on and
examine whether I truly want all that constant motion. Being
outdoors allows me to see the small things that matter the most.
To ask questions. Perhaps to quietly be with those I love.
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