Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Breaking Through

If we can still see the light pouring out of the darkness.  If we can look up long enough to see the waterfall of brightness cascading down from the clouds.  If we can capture a moment of clarity on a day in which we are feeling quite dull, then we will unfailingly be able to hold onto hope.  And hope shines much more brightly when we are able to take notice of the contrast.

May you seize the quiet, unexpected moments of hope that show up in your days.  

11 comments:

Ness said...

hope...I don't have much of that now but perhaps tomorrow. Beautiful pic. Thanks for the kind notes on my blog. They mean a lot.

Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Just wanted you to know that I really appreciate you sticking with me eventhough you don't always "love" my blog content!

Just seeing a comment from you makes my day brighter!

Hallie :)

tj said...

...Perfect picture for a perfect post from a perfect soul... ;o)

...Blessings...

Laura ~Peach~ said...

wonderful picture and fantastically true sentiment:)

Irene Latham said...

Hope. YES. Just what I blogged about. :) xxoo

NeereAnDear said...

Hey there thank you for visiting.. and your kind words about my recovery... slow but going ok... sorry I havent visited ...its been a hectic and crazy month for me but I am on the mend and hope to feel somewhat like my silly self soon

HUGS

JO

Bogart in P Towne said...

Very nice.

cheryl @ mandala oasis said...

Hi Debra,
This picture is worth a thousand words. Wow! Thank you for sharing this slice of heaven..

hugs..
Cheryl

JenX67 said...

Wow. Look at that light pouring down on the ocean. It does lend us to hope, doesn't it!?!?

kim-d said...

Even though I have been slacking on the comments lately, I still visit you everyday--whether you have posted or not :)! When I got your comment the other day, I was so touched and knew I had to get over here to let you know I'm still thinking about you, and always will.

This post, Deb, is so beautiful in its simplicity. I cannot even imagine what it would be like NOT to have hope. I look at your photo on this post and that in itself gives me hope, and also makes me feel peaceful.

And your words that accompany the pictures...it is such a gift for you to share them with us. Always know it is appreciated :)!

summersundays-jw said...

I love your pictures & your writing on your blog. Crazy me, I didn't realize you had a blog until very early this morning (2:30 as a matter of fact) when I read your comment it hit me. Thanks so much for the compliment & I'm very happy that you love your pillow. I noted that your last entry was in Sept. so hopeing you're ok. Stay well & peace. Jan

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