Someone must know I’m in a big hurry today.
As we’ve previously determined, I have a hard time with transitions. My farewell rituals include taking pictures of whatever it is I’m leaving behind. So in the middle of frantic packing, I find the camera and try to capture the view from my bedroom window.
This is what I get:
I try again:
Loading recent pictures into the laptop just now (looking for one to accompany another as-yet-unfinished post) I have an epiphany:
Kim, you focus too much on the screen that separates you from reality. Look beyond the screen of your circumstances to the reality that is eternal. The reality is more beautiful than you can even begin to imagine. Fix your eyes on the immortal invisible. It is more real than anything you think you see. One day, the screen of obscurity will dissolve like vapor, and only the true and beautiful and eternal will remain. Live there now.
Please give me eyes that focus only on You.
"For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known." (I Corinthians 13:12)