It may not make sense now, but it will one day.

Sometimes we stand on the edge of reason, peering into the abyss below and wonder where our next step will take us. Often we find at every turn our life fails to connect the dots that make up our passage leaving us floundering without understanding.

It is in these dark times we face that we must pause, pause and be in tune with the person we are now and have always been. We are not supposed to know every answer the universe throws up. We are not supposed to know why things happen the way they do. We are also not supposed to wonder why another person seems to move through life as though they are floating on water, whilst we seem to be waist deep and struggling at every step.

Do not concern yourself with those around you. Just try and understand who you are and what steps you can make in the future, for the past is gone and the present is merely a fleeting moment that, whether painful or triumphant, will be history very soon. With the highs must come the lows so accept them with equal celebration, for without both you would not be the wonderful spirit that you are right now. Have a creative day.

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5 thoughts on “It may not make sense now, but it will one day.

  1. I’ve been fortunate that I always have so much going on in my own life that I have never had time to concern myself with how others are living their lives. 🙂 My fav pix today are 2nd in 1st row,3rd in 2nd row,and 3rd in 5th row. 🙂

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  2. Now you’re speaking to me just because I missed you yesterday!
    I do believe that things happen for a reason but sometimes it’s too much to bear but I’m taking your advice — “Just try and understand who you are and what steps you can make in the future…”

    Thank you sooo much for posting that pages to Read! 1st I’m excited with book pages; 2nd, it’s an art; 3rd, there’s my name!

    I heart too that rare angel! And the last image on the 4th row — simple everyday things to be thankful for; a lot, lot, lot!

    Thank God for giving me an artist blog friend, woohoo! 🙂

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  3. Wait, I’m not done yet. That 1st pic in the last row is a positive stupid thing — possibility, possibility! And the lady on the last pic, I think the drama she had gone through made her interestingly beautiful — wait for me woman; stop for tea time!

    Thank you and now you have a wonderful day! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much for all your encouragement and comments, you always make me smile and yes the READ books was picked out especially for you! Take care Alan

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