I had planned for this to be wordless, but I changed my mind. These rocks have been in a rock tumbler for almost a month. I took a picture before my husband started the process. I have been thinking a lot about the heart. The human heart, the most important organ of our body. I think we can all agree, it is amazing. These rocks started off dull and on Monday we will view their transformation. A change of a human’s heart takes time. It does take work to change, a process depending on where the person’s frame of mind is. It sounds like, feels like, reads like mental health is on a decline. We only need to sign onto the internet and read what’s going on in our world. It’s disturbing. So, like rocks, heart’s get hard, and left to one’s own unhealthy thinking, it can lead to a road of destruction. Not only destruction to self but destruction others. This is a spontaneous endeavor today, and I hope to continue on with my thoughts on this subject.
The good person out of the good treasure of his heart produces good, and the evil person out of evil treasure produces evil, for out of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaks.
After several months of going back and forth to Portland, we have been content to stay at home. We tend to our small garden and I have really enjoyed getting to eat a cucumber everyday.
Our bees are doing well and their activity keeps us entertained. We have been watching Little League finals in Williamsport, PA. The Mother Hen in me watches every little facial expression of joy, sadness, and the tears of disappointment. It pulls at my heartstrings as I observe them. I hope that they are never told, that boys or men are not supposed to cry. I cheer them on, in the sidelines of our living room. The team from Lewisberg, PA is quite impressive, as well as others, but I give them all a high-five for putting their hearts into what they have a passion for.
I am linking with Texture Tuesday. It is another Free and Easy challenge. They are fun! Since my focus continues to be sky watching, birds, color and clouds, I thought I’d continue with the trend. Psalm 91 is one of my favorite and I think it worked out nicely here. Thank you Kim for offering us opportunities to expand our horizons through all that you offer.