Calm Serenity…

Where else but by still waters can calm serenity overtake one. The still waters reminds me of a passage from a very magic book… I’ll leave a clue later. For now, why not show you a few still water photos… to make you pause and reflect, if you want to do so!

Thanks to Ailsa for this challenge. Me, myself, I had to sit a bit and reflect. Life throws interesting conundrums and challenges at us. Sometime, if we sit still and calmly contemplate for a while the answers may become apparent. Yep, I’m talking to myself here as well!

PS – These photos make it all to apparent that one can find calm serenity… even in the heart of the city!

The reference to still waters Ps 23 in the Great Book… enjoy!

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7 Responses to Calm Serenity…

  1. Pingback: Stay Calm and Carry on | rfljenksy – Practicing Simplicity

  2. ailsapm says:

    Beautiful, Vossie, I adore the one of the bird flying over the ocean. The waves are so turbulent yet the bird seems to be gliding calmly along, unperturbed by the turmoil below. 🙂

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  3. travel460 says:

    Interessant hoe so ñ refleksie in water ñ mens dadelik diep aan die dink kan sit.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. ‘n Verstommende versameling foto’s van waters waar rus is…


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