Peace to you, my readers.
I felt peace yesterday when I found that “Peace” holiday postcard sent by my friend, fabulous photographer Kathy Tarantola.
I felt peace throughout the day as I returned to my pledge of “No Worries for a Year.”
I now notice that many of my photos from yesterday reflect peace.
What peace did you find in those photos? What peace do you find anywhere, these days?
Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.
Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me, you, and all of us.
Peace and gratitude to all who helped me create the peace in today’s post and — of course! — to YOU.
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In the midst of my personal turmoil of deciding what blog post to write this morning — (“Should I acknowledge Mother’s Day? Write about my late mother, about being a mother, or about mothers I know? Should I discuss the current turmoil in world politics? Mention the two funeral services I attended yesterday? Explore the turmoil involved in moving? Celebrate the return home tomorrow of my son?”) — one photo I took yesterday is cutting through the turmoil.
I think we could all use some peace cutting through turmoil, don’t you? And I can’t think of a better way to celebrate Mother’s Day today in the USA.
I hope my other photos from yesterday provide some peace cutting through turmoil.
Here‘s peace cutting through turmoil on YouTube:
As always, my gratitude for all who help me create these posts and for you — of course! — cuts through everything.