Carol A. Hand
My view of the world sometimes shifts from moment to moment, or from day to day. And some days it’s hard to find the words to describe the meaning of these changing perspectives. One moment, I see the darkness of our times and the institutions that continue to provide a measure of comfort to some but also serve to oppress or threaten the health of others.
Photo Credit: The View from My Window – November 11, 2014
With just a small shift, the threat and darkness are momentarily transformed by the sun breaking through the clouds.
Photo Credit: The View from My Yard: September 8, 2014
And other times, if I change the focus of my gaze, I am reminded of the gifts and responsibilities that come from loving others.
Photo Credit: Pinto Sitting in a Favorite Place – November 11, 2014
“All change is a miracle to contemplate; but it is a miracle which is taking place every second.” (Henry David Thoreau)