Good Wednesday morning. Here’s a selection of inspiring posts of the week from my favorite bloggers:
Scott Marshall @ Land-Sea-Sky-Lathail. Check out his photographs from Scotland. MUST SEE…(and btw, that’s his photograph above).
Jenny Wright @ Jennyiswright with her post: Are you?: …You’ve heard that before. Carpe diem, right? That’s not what I mean. I’m not telling you to be content with what you have, either. I’m just suggesting that you step away and look from afar. Your life may be a hell of a lot better than you think…Everything isn’t all sunshine, roses, and unicorns (though unis are totally real) every day. That’s a fact. Some days feel super bad. Chin up, buttercup. Maybe that silver lining is right in your face. Try not to hurry. You might miss it…(Read this post)
Ivon @ Teacher as Transformer with his post: The Right Moment Arrived: “It arrived– A winter storm. Unexpected, I felt unsure. Slow down. Grasping frantically, Busyness overtakes. I let go. I arrive on time. In the very moment that just arrived.“
Frank Winters @ Photos and Thoughts From My Journey for the comment of the week in response to my post “You regret nothing?“: “Regrets — sure we all have regrets. That’s a cliche. Here is what Rumi says about it: ‘If God Said, ‘Rumi, pay homage to everything that has helped you enter my arms,’ there would not be one experience of my life, not one thought, not one feeling, not any act, I would not bow to.‘ If you are happy about where your voyage has taken you your regrets can only be conditional. But be careful — if you could change important decisions and events in your life — would the change take you off course?”
And here’s “Plums Blossom” by Claude Monet, who was born on this day in 1840. 172 years later and his work lives on…
Have a great Hump Day…