This could have been this morning, but was actually from a year ago.
Looking forward to seeing this again in just over a week.
Often, when I look at clouds, I see the clouds formed into a pleasing but abstract pattern. Occasionally, the pattern looks like some object or thing. On this day, what I “saw” was a hole/gap in the clouds forming the shape of the country Turkey.
Now I realize people see more interesting things in the clouds than the outline of a country. But what struck me was that it wasn’t really a pattern in the clouds but rather where there were no clouds.
How often do we look at our lives and see the problems or challenges and miss seeing the areas of “blue sky”?
This was a picture from my trip to Utah & Arizona last year. I thought it captured the thoughts expressed in a post on Curving toward the center recently:
“Those who undertake the journey
must grow comfortable with wilderness”
© Meissen Chan