Tuesday, January 31, 2012


My favorite time to look out at the sun is right before it's going down. I love it most when I see it up against water, but the second best way is when I'm driving, because then I don't miss the sky against my movements. Most of the time. Except when I'm tied up in my own agenda instead of God's, despite His handiwork which unstiches the places that have become too tight. I actually don't mind the time of day when the sun is blinding your eyes as you drive, because at that moment, the almost-too-much light is usually what I need. It's a gift.

                                         Pic via:    http://pinterest.com/pin/68719898855/

Later, when I'm driving at night, I stare ahead and sense that I can't see at all. Not really anyway. If it weren't for the lights ahead, and all around me, it would be pitch black. And as I think about that for while, I take a mental picture of all of these bright cars zooming in what can almost be a blur if I let it.

Light and dark... Clear and blurry... What allows you to look and see?

**Come back to check in tomorrow for more thoughts on another of our 5 senses...:)

1 comment:

  1. I love how you write, and it is so true there are in one day all of those different colors and shadows. I really enjoy your blog!!