YES! to everything.
The color of loss.....I have never thought of that....thank you for the encouragement of looking from a different angle...
Beautiful words and thoughts, challenging us to think differently.
You're so right. Beautifully said.Luv, K
Beautifully said...love the photos :)
In a way, I'm glad that my age spots aren't quite that colorful!Thanks for the beauty you share in so many ways.
I love worn, aged, used, loved objects. They each tell a story! Blessings to you today, Leslie.
There is a certain beauty in decay I think. Lovely images.
That is beautiful.
Your photographs have very interesting perspectives, which fascinating and let me think about it. Best regards Senna
got goosebumps reading this today. Trying to embrace the loss... X
That is a different way to look at things. Different in a good way :)
Yes, I have noticed. I've never tried to hide the scars of the pre-melanoma for without the cutting, I'd not be alive today. The lines around my mouth show I've weathered pain and I've learned how to interpret them in another person, finding a soul-chronic-illness friend whether we vebally acknowledge it or not.Beautiful photos,Les, and keen observation. Pain can deepen our appreciation for so much.
dear flame of a heart....i noticehow your fierce loveis born in each new moment...calling out a golden presence.xoxoxoxo
Perhaps they possess that richness because they've been burnished in the crucible of suffering. But one day we will hear these words “Behold, I make all things new.” (Revelation 21:1-8)
There IS beauty in everything, we just have to see it I guess. Not always easy and depends on our perspectives of course.
always i do.....absolutely !!xo
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