Being introverted, the idea of staying away from people doesn’t really intimidate me…until, I realize how sheltering in introversion just makes me more introverted. Going out and about in work, the community, etc. keeps me connected to people because I still need that even if I prefer solitude. Too much solitude becomes isolation and I forget how to relate—I forget there are even people to relate to. Microcosmic life is not the whole. Social media would present itself as a proper solution but it’s not, for all of us. It’s just as easy to be ignored and overlooked online as it is in person. But let’s not overlook. Let us LOOK and look together!
There is still beauty in all of this. Even in distancing and isolation, God’s presence is still with us.
Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.
I’ll be sharing charming views from around the house and the yard with hopes that you will share your beautiful views, too! (Really, do not let me be alone 🤣) What good thing has God given to you? In the midst of big chaos, let’s find glory in the little perfect things.
These dried roses are hanging above my desk… 🥀
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