Sunday, February 17, 2013

In Perspective

a small object can cast a very large shadow


apply this to:

problems
worries
fears

advise to myself:

keep things in perspective

29 comments:

  1. SO hard to do!

    love that image. :)

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  2. And here it is again. Great picture :)

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  3. Nice photo to go with the thought. Now if I could just learn to follow it...

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  4. Thank you again. (And your photos are wonderful...in both places.)

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  5. It can be so tricky to keep things in perspective! I love the way the snow piles up : )

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  6. It's hard to keep things in perspective.

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  7. Not always easy but fine advice.. and so well illustrated.

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  8. So glad to see your Sunday Small Stone...and with the rest of the folks here, I am glad to be reminded of what a long shadow a small concern can take. In fact, I am going to take that with me through the week. Lovely photo, too.

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  9. Love everything about this. Lovely photo and advice. Very sweetly stated! Andrea

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  10. Mountains and molehills -- we all seem to struggle with this Barb. :)

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  11. This is truly wonderful advice - and a great shot!

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  12. Wow! What a post, lovely image and a beautiful message. Have a great day Barb :)

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  13. very wise words, my dear!! and beautiful snow image!!

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  14. Hi,again, Barb!
    This is sweet snow ball!! and a truly good message. I love it very much!
    Tomoko

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  15. Advice well taken and much needed.

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  16. Its heartening to hear that you are on the healing path. My prayers are always with you and I hope that you get well soon :)

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  17. Advice we all need to follow. Sometimes I am much better at seeing that big shadow than all the sunshine. Time to concentrate on the positive space

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  18. I have missed you dear friend. I will see what other things I find here on your blog...

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  19. hello Barb,

    this insight is perfect for me tonight, thank you!
    I hope you are enjoying your time away and regaining vitality and comfort. Sending a warm smile and healing vibes. xo

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  20. Hoping you are feeling better!!!

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  21. Hi Barb
    Your words of wisdom are just the thing and hit the right spot today. Thank you for that. I hope after finding the tear you're well on your way to healing. happy weekend to you Barb. take good care now.

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  22. Missing your pearls of wisdom. But I hope you are getting better by the day. The healing must be complete before you take to the computer again.
    Love and hugs, have a lovely weekend Barb :)

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  23. My heart is thinking of you today. A late spring snow in Virginia has me thinking of you for some reason. Big hug- xoxo teri

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  24. Dear Barb, I hope you are doing better and that you have gained your energy back! I always enjoy reading your comments as you always make me smile-thank you SOOO much for this good energy you send me over the ocean, its priceless:-))))))))
    big and warm hug from still cold&freezing tulipland...with no more nature ice for skating, so we do biking against the freezing wind (not very pleasant, but if the sky is blue, its worth it being outdoor:)

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  25. I hope you're feeling better, Barb. Looking forward to more Good Thing and Live and Learn posts. :)

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  26. Wow, this really hit a chord with me. Thank you for the visual and words of wisdom.

    We used to live in Colorado (now in England), so your Breck photos look very familiar to me of home. Thanks for sharing!

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Your comments are always one good thing for me!