30. A Break in the Clouds (hope)

The next way of seeing we shall be looking at is to do so with the eyes of hope. How can the optimism that persists in our faith influence our contemplation?

break-in-the-clouds

The sky’s patterns change so often, so quickly, so completely, and I love it. For me it is a constant reminder that there is always hope. A new opening, an unexpected tear, either thing might happen in the space of an instant. As contemplatives, observation of the skies helps us to hold the truth close that all is passing and everything circumstantial in our lives and the world around us is so much weather.

Photo and text © Keren Dibbens-Wyatt 2017

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