One Single Impression: Humility

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Once:
There but for the grace of...

Now:
There go I.

One Single Impression

Comments

  1. Anonymous7:50 AM

    succint and deep...so nice!

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  2. Beautiful and deep insight gained in life...
    Have a lovey weekend,
    xoxo

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  3. So few words to convey such deep thought.

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  4. You sneaked that one in like a fastball. I looked at the photo and think, "nice flower." I read the text and "Huh?" and then I see what you mean. "Eureka!"

    Perfect.

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  5. great poem to go with the photo and so true

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  6. Anonymous11:50 AM

    You'd there the story of evolution in a single line..juz' beautiful!!
    Keep blogging..:)
    Nice pic too..

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  7. Perfect thought for the day -- as always. Have a lovely weekend, Sandy!

    Sylvia

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  8. This is profound in very few words.

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  9. Such a beauty! :)

    Have a nice weekend, best regards from me! :)

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  10. Oh so perfect, you've captured the prompt, spot on. LOVE it!

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  11. Anonymous12:56 AM

    A profound way of interpreting this lovely shot.

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  12. A perfect thought and a beautiful picture, Sandy. Nice post indeed.

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  13. Short but very clever.

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  14. SPEECHLESS I
    LOOK IN AWE, WORDS VANISH
    HUMBLE LIFE MOVES ON..

    ABSOLUTE DELIGHT SANDY.. DO VISIT TO BLESS MY 200TH POST

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  15. Very nice thought. Just enter the world and let go.

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  16. Anonymous6:42 PM

    Amazing.

    One of the very best takes upon this prompt that I've seen. Many thanks. Please have a wonderful new week.

    daily athens

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  17. Oh- so magical and perfectly put it almost hurts...

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  18. Beautiful and stunning words. Simple yet profound. Nicely written Sandy.

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  19. Brilliant, Sandy. Difficult to truly embrace humility –by nature we always find ourselves in a self reflexive posture, no matter how we pare it down.

    Nothing like a little mortality to circumvent the nonsense!

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