“Some see ordinary, while others see beautiful.” I had to reblog this post of Julie’s. I love this statement!
The world would be a better place if more people saw the beautiful in people and things.
There is always more than one way to see.
Some see ordinary. . .
while others see beautiful.
Imagine a blade of grass.
Did you imagine ordinary?
Or like this quote, written by Robin Wall Kimmerer in her book, Braiding Sweetgrass, did you imagine beautiful?
Reading her poetic words triggers my vision to change from ordinary to beautiful.
For, I have seen her words in the grass, but my vision had forgotten.
Suspended between the seasons, watching summer dwindle
and awaiting autumn’s splendor, I am fooled by thinking all is ordinary.
When I take time to go out with my camera,
I am amazed
by the beauty
that I find
it helps to have a bed of zinnias and visits from neighboring peacocks.
Can you see it?