Friday, July 19, 2013

REALITY STRIKES AGAIN...

I left Tacoma yesterday, and don't think I'll ever be there again.  The photos were taken another time, because of today's computer issue, and the words written then.  However, the reality is still Reality.  All the photos are connected to Point Defiance Park beach area or downtown when seeing the Rainier... "my" Rainier.  The last photo is on the Washington side of the Columbia River ... one of my favorite Rest Areas.  Will be there in about 5 days when heading east.  But, as I said, this truly is Truth. 
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THE "SOME DAYS" OF LIFE

Some days feel sluggy and bloggy and foggy,
even when hard and firm Rockiness is in sight.


 
[Sometimes the rocks are in bits and pieces;
not a firm foundation.]

Sometimes life simply seems unraveled. Unorganized.
...or dusty, and gusty and dingy and fringy...
 
Sometimes,
yes, sometimes,
that is how our days,
hours, minutes, seconds
... our lives ...
feel.
And yet...
The reality,
The True Reality,
is...

Strength, solidity...

Strong Roots linking our past to the future...
 

Wispy, whispery Spirit breezes swifting through,
bringing Light into our hearts.
 
 

7 comments:

3dlessons4life said...

Thank you for this beautiful reminder that He is bigger than anything I am going to face today.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)

3dlessons4life said...

Thank you for this beautiful reminder that He is bigger than anything I am going to face today.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend! :)

Sheila said...

It's so easy to be distracted by the rockiness and lose sight of that truth.

Thank you, Joanne, for the reminder.

Linda@Creekside said...

Some of life's most potent lessons seem to come from His magnificently creative handiwork, don't they, my friend!

caryjo said...

Thank you for being thankful. Encouraging. Greatly appreciated.

caryjo said...

I A..G..R..E..E! So easy to be sidetracked by so much. Gotta keep my heart focusing in the right direction.

caryjo said...

YES! HIS Creativity is far more important than ours, doncha think? ;-)