We used to call them snapshots, a two-dimensional image, capturing a moment in time.
Our heads are buried in cell phone with fingers pumping up and down like pistons. Instead of capturing images, are we the ones held captive? -----G. Hill
Every moment of our existence holds an infinite number of possibilities. – Wayne Dyer
What are we missing?
Nestled in a Moment . . .
- A speed-of-light pipeline to the Almighty
- Connection to our higher self
- A sense of wonder
- A question to ponder
- An unchaining
This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. ------Psalm 118:24
See Also: Tucked in a Breeze
On his blog, "The Wandering Ambivert", a renown photographer from Cape Town, Africa, advises us to leave the cellphone behind so that we can respect, ignite and absorb all that is in the moment.
Link to The Wandering Ambivert: