In Which The Best I Can Say Is Not Much At All

I don’t think I’m quite in the right frame of mind for a Bigger Picture post today. This week, my head has been filled with atrocities on the global scale and personal injustices, judgments made from the safety of the armchair and judgments made upon the judgers, lofty esoteric theories, and incomprehensibly low abasements. It’s been heavy, and I’m not sure I’m capable of drawing up anything half-way meaningful or remotely wise.

Plus my dog got in a fight with some snooty tropical bug, and the bug clearly won, and now my dog is miserable with a swollen, itchy, leaky eye and a cone on her head to stop her from scratching it. I’m telling you, it’s been rough.

So this week, I’m just going to look at this:
 And this:
And call it a day.

Some days, remembering to breathe is a battle won.

Each Thursday, we come together to celebrate living life with intention by capturing a glimmer of the bigger picture through a simple moment. Have you found yourself in such a moment lately? Share it with us! 

Live.
Reflect on the moments that shimmered in your heart. 

Capture.
Harvest them!

Share.
Link up your gleaned moment this week at Hyacynth’sPlease be sure to link to your post, not your blog, and include our button or a link back to the host page. 

Encourage.
Visit some of the other participants and encourage each other in this journey we call life.

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6 thoughts on “In Which The Best I Can Say Is Not Much At All

  1. Our bigger picture, simple moment is one in the same. Except yours is of social injustice and mine is just a family dynamic issue that we're dealing with.

    Silence is golden sometimes.

  2. Thank you for your honesty ~ this is a simple moment that reminds me that I'm not alone when I feel the bigger picture is elusive, or ugly or just not worth the fight. Beautiful images. I will pray that each breath brings you closer to peace and renewal.

  3. This week, I hear you. You've had a heavy week and sometimes the soul just needs to exhale and breathe in the beauty.

  4. Sounds like we've all had heavy hearts and minds this week. If we could all get together I'd suggest some cheesecake and retail therapy, but in light of distance you may have to settle for a virtual hug. HUGS to you my friend and may your mind clear and heart feel open once again.