January 22, 2017
There are some things that are so beautiful they cause us to pause, drop our jaw and stare in awe at what’s before us.
It might be brilliant beams of glimmering white light that have travelled 92 million miles from the sun just to illuminate the spaces between the trees in a forest.
Or, maybe it’s an explosion of colour created by the sun setting into a steely blue ocean casting shades of pink, orange, purple and red across the clouds floating on an indigo sky.
It might be a hiking trail that spills out onto a rockbluff above the tree-line unveiling the entire world before you, so small, so pristine, so perfect when viewed from up high.
Things so beautiful that we ache to share them with another soul. Moments that wake up my spirit and cause it to dance.
When I’ve relished in moments like these I know without a doubt that there is a divine energy that guides us and connects us to all living things.
These moments remind me that this is how we are supposed to live, in a state of reverence for the natural world.
I had one of these moments today, thus my rambling post 😊.
Short story is; me, walk in the forest, rain showers, wind whistling through the tall trees, swaying branches, lush ferns, multiple shades of green, Doe and two small buck nestled on the ground next to a cluster of moss covered nurse logs, lit by the only ray of light that had found its way through the clouds and the trees, (A Jesus beam as some might call it😊) all added up to serenity, magic and me. Breathtaking.
The only thing missing, maybe, someone to share it with.
Wishing you a beautiful, magical week ahead.