Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Perspective

no matter how

high

iclimb

i am still not

tall


enough to see the world from Your perspective


and mine

does

not make

much sense


oh

to turn back the clock


but it only moves forward



is this grace

in disguise?
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19 comments:

David N. said...

Grace in disguise...I love that line.

Elaine said...

Love this. Beautiful pictures too!

melissafeddersen.com said...

BEAUTIFUL! Pictures and words. Haunting...

Ruthiey said...

this is so beautiful. you melded words and pictures so well and made it a longing I could feel.

becky said...

Mystery and magic in your words.

emily wierenga said...

ahh... i'm with david. LOVED "grace in disguise." it snagged me, held me captive. so beautiful friend.

Suzy Q said...

I love the reflection on grace in your words.
Grace is not always what we expect, and that is partly why it is so precious.

Cindy said...

The pictures do such a good job of adding to your words...and standing at the peak of the mountain, I say with you 'I climb; I am still not tall enough to see the world from Your perspective' - totally conveys that truth that we cannot see the way He sees!

Thanks for sharing this beautiful prose!

Connie Mace said...

and I echo cindy's pondering...beautiful blend of image with photo and prose...I really like your profile pic too:)

Brandee Shafer said...

Definitely grace: I'm thinkin' our heads would pop like a can of unwrapped biscuits if we could see what God sees.

This is brilliant, really. I look forward to the day when we no longer see through the veil darkly; don't you?

Michelle DeRusha@Graceful said...

Beautiful, your pictures...your prose. Sometimes grace is in disguise...we need to look hard.

Thanks for visiting Graceful today.

Leslie said...

I love your perspective on gaining perspective... and like the others here, loved the thought of grace in disguise, which it often is. So nice to meet you here, and thanks for your kind words over at my place today.

patty said...

i love how you used the photos-all from a distance and then the last, right up close and beautiful- to show different perspectives... nicely done!

Brian Miller said...

smiles. some times it does no make much sense...the good news is we dont have to understand it all...lovely pics too...

hehe...did you say poohsticks...

mountain mama said...

beautiful~

Old Ollie said...

Thanks J - beautiful perspectivce. My friends French, Pancake and Sweaty are working out their salvation. There are many more tales, not all redemptive, but stories from the journey.

tattytiara said...

Beautifully composed post.

Tammy@If Meadows Speak... said...

The pictures were breathtaking and reminded how beautiful all things are with perspective.

Ryan and Melanie said...

I loved that last line--grace in disguise! So wise.

And beautiful pictures.

-Mel

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