Yes it truly does! Kim
I love this quotation... just imagine the almost unbearable beauty of the world if we could!My post is scheduled to go up tomorrow morning 6 am our time!
Thanks for hosting 'Wednesday Words' Jen! I really enjoy your posts (all of them, of course!) and those of the other participants for WW. Tying quotes, poems, and other 'words' with photographs has been a joy for me--and I thank you for inspiring me to do that with Wednesday Words!
I think if you really take the time you can see the miracle of them.
Yes it does. And maybe in 'stopping to smell them' we can be still enough to appreciate the miracle. x
Hi Jen, What a beautiful picture - so much detail. Flowers are truly amazing miracles. Hope you have had a good day.
That's a lovely quote Jen. So very true too!
the whirled in a grain of sand isn't bad other....
so true...what beauty we would all uncover in our own lives.
I totally agree with this point of view...pun intended. I think any of us who are attracted to macro photography do this on a regular basis...even if we don't have the cameras to back us up (yet).BTW, I saw your comment over at In a Soft Light and I think this colour choice is perfect for your space. I love the colour she's using today and HAVE painted it on my bedroom wall. *wink*
Life is just PACKED with those kinds of miracles! It's just that we get too busy to notice some times :)
So simple...so true...
We just have to slow down and enjoy the present. Sound simple, yet, sometimes I find it not so easy to do.
Yes, but I believe there are many small miracles all around us that we overlook in our daily hustle and bustle..we'd all be better people and our world so much better if we could see them all..but definitely the flower would be a great start...if only..Have a great weekend!
Your comments are the flowers that bloom in my virtual blogging garden. Jen @ Muddy Boot DreamsPS: No word verification here, sorry I cannot reply to blogs that use word verification.