Friday, September 10, 2010

Vine-Cloud.

Steve and I took a stroll at the lake last weekend. We searched for deer and snapped photographs. Although we spotted a few curious deer in the woods across the field in the distance, we did not catch a great photograph. However, we caught another amazing scene--again in the sky-- and I took the opportunity to embrace it.
I learned a lesson from this photograph. When sadness in my spirit plagues me, I try to remember to glance upward. Most likely there is a divine answer, a peaceful lesson, a semblance of light, or a truth. And this provides comfort for me.

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