Never Meant To Last

Like a sandcastle, all is temporary. Build it, tend it, enjoy it. And when the time comes let it go. – Jack Kornfield2018-05-23 11.19.29 2.jpg

Sometimes Maybe We Just Need To Sit Still

When you feel stuck, look at the sky. The clouds remind us that everything changes. – K. Martin

Not much more than a passing thought. Sometimes we tend to get so far out ahead of our owns selves that we start losing sight of everything else. Guilty. This is why I choose to live my world very simplistically, I’m quite aware if I don’t I’ll pay for it in my head, in my overly active imagination.

Sometimes we just need to learn to sit still through the uncomfortable, through the shades of the unknown and remind ourselves to be present in the moment because after all, that’s all we really can do anyway.

Breathe deep and look to the clouds. 

 

 

It’s All a Matter Of Perspective

Never let anyone else’s perspective override your own inner truth.

Everything we hear is an opinion, not fact. Everything we see is perspective, not the truth. – Marcus Aurelis.

 

Tiny Treasures

Found: Broken Pieces.

‘as small as the world and as large as alone.’

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“For whatever we lose, (like a you or like a me), it’s always ourselves we find at the sea.” E.E. Cummings

oғ ιnnocence

First Love, Circa: 2012

The day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. Anais Nin

blush a simple kiss
indelible innocence
a wrinkle in time

 

*Just on composition: Not much more than a random photo of my son years ago with his first love, how I ended up with it I’m not quite sure, I actually love the grainy noise of this old outdated cellphone shot aesthetically but more so I love how the photo speaks on that universally experienced great divide, that instantaneous moment in time that splits innocence to coming of age.

 

 

Sublime

deserted discard

the moon never fails in its magic

come and rest your bones

When we stop to really listen and see the world, we can detect the quiet in the chaos – Nirav Patel