Not so very long ago
Stack ‘em up in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Wall.
Treats: aren’t you glad they didn’t say purple…
Find something sunny in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Orange.
See things from a different angle in the entries of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Depth
For all the writers, artists and actors
slogging through another day in the wrong job to make ends meet
Find inspiration in the entries of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself
Water, consciousness & intent
This video by Masaru Emoto, and his related research, sums up much of what we having been trying to pass along lately to anyone who will listen: that it is not so much about the small, selfish, antagonistic petty NOW of things but rather the greater implications of what we do going forward as it affects everything that surrounds us.
“Sometimes, when we cannot see the immediate results of our affirmations and or prayers, we think we have failed. But, as we learn through Masaru Emoto’s photographs, that thought of failure itself becomes represented in the physical objects that surround us. Now that we have seen this, perhaps we can begin to realize that even when immediate results are invisible to the unaided human eye, they are still there. When we love our own bodies, they respond. When we send our love to the Earth, she responds.”
We must be mindful of what we comes out of our mouths, how we act, what we do, choose our thoughts and intent so that they reflect positively and help cure all that sad and vicious violence that manifests each day, big and small, visible or hidden in so many ways. As our grannies used to say – Every little bit counts.
“What is your intent?” – take that photo, sing that song, curl up in a chair and read the day long, give a hug, a peck on the cheek, run a mile or walk all week – We would love to see your vision…
For all those who are new readers to Across the Bored, some great entries and the guidelines for this fortnight’s challenge can be found here. Need more info or want to browse past themes? Have a look at HOW DOES THIS WORK.
Even the sound of our breath
can be too loud for serenity
Be calm with the entries in the Weekly Photo Challenge: Serenity