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Be The Tree #poem

via Be The Tree #poem

I tried to reblog this wonderful poem by Didi, but, for the second time in the past week, I was unable to do so. Instead, I will press it as my sharing for today.

This wonderful poem reminded me of Matthew’s verse (6:28) about lilies of the field growing for the sake of being and making the world a better place without doing so consciously.

The line that stood out for me was life is “not a competetion, a judgement, or a race.” At times. my life and who I am calls me to just be and not plan, worry, and overthink what that means. It means to live meditatively and be in the present moment, mindful and attentive to the world.

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Kathy took this picture while driving through Glacier National Park. The trees add depth, contrast, and boundaries. Taken-for-granted are the trees, which are the boundary between the road and valley in the forefront.

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7 responses »

  1. Beautiful photo. Beautiful earth. 🙂

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  2. Your work is amazing…..and its interesting we were just thinking about your tag line….transformation teacher……so needed

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve actually had a few issues with people not being able to reblog my posts. I’ll be looking further into it as well. I’m glad you enjoyed my poem, it was a fun one to write. Have a blessed day! 🙂

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  4. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    BEAUTIFUL. AND AS MATTHEW 6: 28 REFERS TO—Your Heavenly Father knows your needs—seek His kingdom first *in the same region of verses!

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