Thursday, September 16, 2010

beauty in refraction

The art of learning in life's spontaneous moments, and seeing the beauty in refraction.

We are grooving in our new schedule, getting accustomed to all the schoolwork and extra curricula events that encompass our day. By this afternoon I was so tired by 4:30, I did the only thing I knew to do, or could do for that matter (besides cry)... I prayed.  The psalmist declares,"What is man that You are mindful of him?" Yet, He continually gives personal care to His own and what a manner of love is revealed even in our simple cried out prayers.

While I may get crinkled, or refracted, during periods of my day...He is always steadfast and absolute.


crochet lady said...

How wonderfully true. Very stunning photo.

wayside wanderer said...

Such a great reminder! This week was a really hard one for me and several times as I caught myself worrying and thinking over how best to handle a certain problem I would remember that I should just PRAY about it. I want that to be my first thought, but often it isn't.

The dB family said...

There is such power in prayer! I`m glad you thought to pray instead of cry. You have a wonderful eye for photography!

Hugs and blessings to you!

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