I think none of us like the mystery part. Hope all is well.
me too. I absolutely hate surprises so maybe that has something to do with it.
Through a glass darkly we wait. Prayers for you and yours.The photos are beautiful.
Gorgeous photos, Leslie. And every time I see a comment by Loree, I mean to mention that my second name is Loree, with the stress on the second syllable. It was my grandmother's maiden name, and originated in France where it was Lorée.I hope your "mystery" doesn't mean another health problem.Luv, K
Not many of us do but your illustration is perfect.....
The mystery part is hard to deal with....
Thank you all, for your concern - and no, I'm not facing any new health mysteries, at the moment - I was just thinking about ALL of life's mysteries, both good and bad, when I wrote...
Beautiful. Knowing that some day we will understand what He already knows doesn't always help us deal with the mysteries.
Me neither friend.xoxoxo
Me too... sometimes the mystery part can really hurt, and dealing with the hurt challenges the spirit is so many ways. I guess we're not meant to know everything now, but trust we will become stronger for it all. :o) LOVE the beautiful, abstract qualities of these images, Leslie--WOW! Happy Day ((HUGS))
Yes, it would be lovely (sometimes) to see through clear glass. But, well, maybe not so lovely...hope always lives in the middle of mystery, doesn't it?
sometimes I think the mysterysaves us from our small-ish imaginations and helps stretchour our world and save us fromwhat we'd have settled forif we could have knownand planned;)oh that planning thing....it getsme every time!the beauty in your photoshelps me trust a little deeperthat the mystery is goodnessand light.free falling into those arms right now,Jennifer
you don't? isn't the mystery a bit like a novel, in which life seems plausible, yet surprising, and then uplifting?we're talking a good novel, let's agree on that...n♥
the image illustrates the mystery to a tee though. n♥
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