Vol. 1 Ch. 2 P. 32

Somehow, we managed to have a past and a future together
without ever figuring out the present.

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13 thoughts on “Vol. 1 Ch. 2 P. 32

  1. I love Christine’s insight about the links in the picture being so appropriate. It adds another layer to my first impression of the image being of an absence (slightly eery, as empty playgrounds can be). Very thought-provoking words.

  2. Who can ever truly figure out the present it is so momentary that before you even know it the moment has already become the past and you are experiencing what was to be the future. I try not to fret and instead just be…striving for the things that will bring God the most glory and not allowing the grip of the past hold me back from truly walking free.

  3. I came here tonight while the wind is howling outside and snow is starting to slant like spears across the earth and into it. I was hoping you could make me feel warm and out of the storm that is raging across the Zuni Mountains and make me feel, in Browning’s wonderful phrase, all is right with the world. And you know what? It worked.

  4. I’ve stopped trying to figure out the past, I am in the process of figuring out the present and the future – well, that’s for the future.

    Love the image too, the links in the chains very appropriate.

    Christine

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