One of those reflection and analogy posts

Some days life just doesn’t go to plan and I’m left feeling a bit creased and fragile.

Like the leaf, bits might fall off, but underneath the structure remains strong.


32 thoughts on “One of those reflection and analogy posts

  1. So very beautiful, Su! I kind of can’t stop imagining how this leave would look in gold…
    Hope you’re feeling better soon – sending HUGE hugs and much love to you! Xxxxxxxxxxxx ❀

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    • Thank you so much. Wow, I love the idea of it in gold. And you have reminded me that I bought some silver leaf skeleton earrings a few years ago. I haven’t seen them for ages, and can’t find them in the earring drawer. Hm!!
      And thank you for your kind thoughts and hugs xxxxxx

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  2. I know exactly how you feel, Su, and those photos are a beautiful illustration of what you mean. I love leaf skeletons and I have a pair of earrings made from small ones overlaid with gold. I’ll think of this every time I wear them now. I hope by now you’re feeling more robust.


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  3. Gorgeous photos, Su. Trees or plants with their leaves are amazing with their coping strategies. How do they do it? Do they sense a storm is coming and plan accordingly? Do they get caught by unexpected events? ( I suppose fire would be one of those but some trees even know how to cope with fire.)

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  4. I guess for most creatures, evolution is a slow process of adaptation. Humans are unusual (if not unique) in developing intellectual capabilities (and the technologies and belief systems that go with that) so rapidly that we have unbalanced not only our own lives, but the whole world. 😦


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