Tuesday Truth #52

Tuesday Truth.

Number 52.

When you think about all the complexities of being a human…the small range of balance to maintain homeostasis… it is quite magnificent to be alive.

And then when you stand in awe of nature and all the complexities found within it, you begin to love the world a little more.

Even with all its darkness, there is still light to be found shining in this world.

I’d love it if you’d share a moment of brightness in the comments.

As we shine and share brightness, we encourage others to do the same.

We see beyond the tainted stories that proliferate our news feeds.

Let’s all remind each other that there is much to love about this world.

Let your light shine!


15 thoughts on “Tuesday Truth #52

  1. Oh Amy, I couldn’t agree more. There really is so much to be grateful for in our complex but beautiful world. Just this time last week I was standing in awe in nature at Mungo marvelling at the peace and awesomeness of the place. Have a happy week my friend, xx

  2. Beautiful words, Amy. You are part of the good in this world. I know this from the first time I started following your blog. You are genuine, vulnerable and you care. Thank you for sharing your light.πŸ’•

  3. Good morning Amy!! You are always a shining light! We did wake up to a beautiful sunrise today. AmazIng orange and purple sky. I’m also sitting here with a most excellent cup of coffee enjoying my Christmas tree which has been up for 6 weeks. Lol. Lots of happiness and joy over here in Colorado! Have a wonderful weekend!!

    1. You are so sweet, Pam!! Oh, I can just envision that sunrise. It sounds just spectacular!! I love when the sky offers up gorgeous colors. Coffee and Christmas trees!! Both wonderful things!! I’m glad to hear that there lots of happiness and joy over in Colorado!! xx

  4. Funny, I was just saying that to my husband last night — how I’d like to read more about happy things, people helping others, people being nice to one another. So, how about families chipping in a few extra dollars so that kids who would otherwise not have XYZ can have XYZ and neither teachers nor economically distressed parents have to announce it or worry about it? I thought that was good and happy πŸ™‚

  5. Just knowing that there is always light among the darkness is enough for us to always have hope. Even in life’s worst moments, there are little slivers of light shining through the cracks. πŸ™‚

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