Copyright Sue Vincent

Looking deep into the skies,

Sitting by the shore,

I listened to the song of river,

Patient, calm and humble,

Quit and tranquil!

Here I feel what are things I consider insignificant in my daily life?

Every small thing I start noticing

Will one day allow me to discover bigger things.

With love,

This is a response to the#writephoto Prompt – Calm curated over at Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo.

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Feature Image Courtesy: Sue Vincent
© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin

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55 comments

  1. Calming quality that induces rest! 🙂 The last two lines reminds me of a quote by Steve Jobs: “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.” All of the little things you may find insignificant will help you later! ❤

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  2. Hi, #BryntinsBLT came by your blog today.
    (Unfortunately the BLT bit stands for Blog Leap Tour, not that I am about to bring you a tasty sandwich.)
    I’ll be leaving a link to this post on a #BryntinsBLT post on my blog later today and will now be leaping off to visit someone who has already liked your post before I got here.
    The idea is just to randomly jump around and see where I go in the world and I hope the (sparse but growing) readers of my blog, seeing me discover yours, might leap around the links too.
    (If you have pingbacks turned on you can see where it came from if you like and join in the touring!)
    Anyway, sorry to interrupt. Carry on.

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    1. * and beautiful words to match. Sue did a great job with the photo, and you did wonderfully with the writing. I especially like the last two lines : “Every small thing I start noticing, Will one day allow me to discover bigger things.” There really is something powerful about quieting our mind, noticing the small things, allowing our thoughts space, being present. xx

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