"Pausing...creates a momentary contrast between being completely self-absorbed and being awake and present." Pema Chodron
Image posted 2 years ago by Maggie K. (for everyone)
Discussion
  • 1 months ago, Fabiola C. said,
    looking forward, never go back
  • 2 months ago, Tom V. said,
    "Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning" - W. Churchill
  • 2 months ago, irfan H. said,
    "Some time what seems like the end is only the beginning!!!!" yess
  • 1 years ago, Maryann C. said,
    Some time what seems like the end is only the beginning!!!!
  • 1 years ago, Miki A. said,
    So true! I must remind myself of this.
  • 1 years ago, Karyn G. said,
    Happiness is in the heart --- not in the circumstances ...
  • 1 years ago, Mark L. said,
    Good mantra to start meditation and relax.
  • 1 years ago, shauneen R. said,
    Serenity.....
  • 1 years ago, Peggy J. said,
    I love this quote,The pretty picture.That is so calming to me to see this picture.
  • 1 years ago, Amy M. said,
    Perfect picture, so serene.
  • 1 years ago, Laura Z. said,
    Peace.
  • 1 years ago, Fuzz H. said,
    Is it the end of a path or an opportunity for something new?
  • 1 years ago, Gladys E. said,
    This will be the ideal place to relax, to just sit and think of solutions to problems in life.
  • 1 years ago, Bruce B. said,
    It only seems that way.
  • 1 years ago, Johnathan R. said,
    Even if you are by yourself, God is present. This is why you should always be a friend to God. Always be a friend to God, and God will be a friend back to you and help you in life. There is no better friend to have than God. How does one be a friend to a symbol of good that one can not touch, see, smell or talk to? All we know about God that is thoroughly documented in the book of Genesis is that He made everything in six days and He then rested on the seventh day. One way for us to be God's friend and to honor and respect God is to copy what God did by working hard for six days by helping God create a better world and then resting ourselves on the final seventh day for a period of not less than 24 hours. Resting means the absence of work. We all need a day off from the weekly grind. To satisfy the minimum spiritual/religious/legal definition of rest consider the following: Rest means to completely cease from all monetary transactions (Stop buying groceries and things!), to stop gossiping about those around you (Be quiet for heavens sake!), to stop traveling to places outside the city in which you live (Put a damper on your travel!), and to stay away from public events such as live concerts (Rest your ears as well!). When you rest for twenty four hours or more following six days of hard work trying to make the world a better place to live, then God will support you and everything you do in life as He feels that you are on his side and are truly trying to be His friend. God will then help you find purpose and success in life.
  • 1 years ago, Barbara L. said,
    Calm down. You're at the lake now.
  • 1 years ago, Noemi C. said,
    Sort of like uncontroling impositions, from people or things...
  • 1 years ago, FELICIA R. said,
    Peace by Still
  • 1 years ago, mary N. said,
    Because God is always with me!
  • 1 years ago, Eileen F. said,
    serenity.
  • 1 years ago, thersea B. said,
    Long Lake
  • 1 years ago, Leon G. said,
    Wish I was there now to enjoy it
  • 1 years ago, anita H. said,
    so beautiful
  • 1 years ago, Heather F. said,
    so serene
  • 1 years ago, Beate H. said,
    this picture is so pure
  • 1 years ago, Deadra P. said,
    So so true
  • 2 years ago, twanda H. said,
    "so true"
  • 2 years ago, Chris D. said,
    I like it.
  • 2 years ago, Jan M. said,
    nice one
  • 2 years ago, Rafe M. said,
    nice
  • 2 years ago, Reid F. said,
    Time for Fishing
  • 2 years ago, Sue H. said,
    I wish I was there right now.
  • 2 years ago, Sam F. said,
    Sometimes you just have to give yourself over and let the beauty happen in front of you.
  • 2 years ago, Steve M. said,
    Form follows function. The simplest is most often the best suited.
  • 2 years ago, faculty R. said,
    Agree!
  • 2 years ago, meng Z. said,
    I also have a beautiful picture like this,just so beautiful
  • 2 years ago, Maria Dolors M. said,
    Freedom is the result of simplicity, everything is clear and you can choose.
  • 2 years ago, Randy G. said,
    Peace and fulfillment does not come by adding more to our life, but by subtracting out what is unnecessary.
  • 2 years ago, bob T. said,
    carm
  • 2 years ago, Susan J. said,
    I trust in your unfailing love. O Lord my heart rejoices in Your salvation! Psalm 13:5
  • 2 years ago, Kevin Z. said,
    a place do big encourage me to grow up like the sunrise
  • 2 years ago, Anton B. said,
    sdf
  • 2 years ago, Kelly C. said,
    Thanks! I would love to be here right now!
  • 2 years ago, Olyvia M. said,
    Stillness speaks....
  • 2 years ago, twanda H. said,
    I've been to a place similar to this and it is beautiful early in the morning as the sun is rising.
  • 2 years ago, Abdullah S. said,
    Made me wanna go out there and try my best to improve my future, Thanks a lot
  • 2 years ago, Aaron B. said,
    This reminds me of growing up.
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