Life is a Revelation…be encouraged

Brings home the point doesn’t it?…be encouraged!

Tranquil Journey

Wow !! What a powerful picture that makes !!! A picture can be worth a thousand words…but sometimes it is worth much more. It is so easy to rely on our eyes to ‘see’ whats in front of us. See and interpret. ‘Vision’ on the other hand is a whole different story. ‘Vision’ takes more than physical ‘seeing’ to imagine and understand that there are always two (or more sides) to the same story…the ‘story’ here being a human being. When we open and broaden our perspective…when we stop the judgement…when we accept people, ideas and situations as they are…that’s when we start being true human beings, who have been blessed with the power of intelligence and thinking as well as critical thinking.

Let’s choose to use these blessings to the best of our abilities.


Wishing you a fabulous day ahead…filled with an abundance of Love & Peace


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  1. I find this post to not only to be true but as you write ‘be encouraged.’ Thanks Stephen

  2. noneyasbiz on said:

    My all time favorite!

  3. Sides to the story give you nothing but, wrapping paper. Our egos are responsible for quite a bit like, deciphering sides to a story. Once to the essence, there’s no need to question.

    In the example above, the ego has already assigned definitions. Leaving the ego out of it, only discovery remains. Only discovery gets to the essence.

  4. I have nominated you for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”


  5. Wow! I love that. These days we constantly have to be reminded to not judge books by their covers. And that’s kind of sad.

  6. Such truth…one can never judge by appearances…what was that saying about being kind to strangers, as you may be “entertaining angels unawares”?!? Angels come in many forms, don’t they!

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  8. WordsFallFromMyEyes on said:

    Very true, very very.
    I was reading a post yesterday was expressing re a Happy Meal they bought their child, but first was setting the scene and derisively said about the person who served them “and she only had hair on one side of her head”. I thought two things:

    – well, I have an undercut (some is shaved on head, but you have a fringe & hair that either you can tie back, or cover the shaved with) – and that must have been her fashion; and

    – I wonder if she had brain surgery of some kind and where they shaved, is just growing back.

    I couldn’t bring myself to comment on the post because I know they were trying to be funny about the “toy” that came with the “happy” meal, but just the derisiveness of the employee affected me so much, I couldn’t honestly comment unless I commented on that – and I didn’t want to spoil his intended mood.

    So, yes, don’t look at people and think you know “all about it”. Agreed!

    • I think we are beginning to see this type of behavior more and more…the people who wait on us, sell us things, clean our hotel rooms, maintain our rest rooms, wash our cars somehow we look over them, like they aren’t there…today find someone who is helping you get through this world and introduce yourself…say thanks…be encouraged!

  9. wow, this IS pretty powerful. I sure hope the model is what he looks to

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