Our planet’s surface is about 70% water. That means that water is in a lot of different places, in different climates, in different habitats, making an impact in a lot of different ways, catching the light in different ways, and creating a lot of different scenes. Water is a universal solution for a million different situations and can be a mirror for any expression. It seems to be found in any landscape, big or small.
…or enigmatically abstract.
Reflecting shadow and light, stillness and movement, water carries the dynamic play of life.
There’s so much to appreciate about water. And maybe the time to be aware of that is every time you take a healthy sip. Then you can also reflect on how the water you drink got to you and how that process is impacting the planet. But that’s another post…
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, I have a question:
Reflecting on life and love…
Reflecting on family…
Aren’t these all just exercises to help us make sense of our selves? Or perhaps to discover that our selves are happier when senses don’t need to make sense?
This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, show us an image that says REFLECTION.
It could be a person who helps you see things clearly, a place you go to collect your thoughts, or an object that reminds you of your achievements. You could also go for something more literal, like a reflection in water. Or something that demonstrates both interpretations of the word.