"To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower;hold infinity in the palm of your handand eternity in an hour."
Beautiful. Enjoy your Sunday!!
It's always a pleasure visiting your blog. I love Sundays! Thank you for your wonderful words.I attended the online Saddleback Church service today to hear Nick Vujicic. His words truly touched my heart. I can not believe how emotional I still am. "If I fail, I try again,again,and again.. If you fail, are you going to try again? If you can't get miracle, become one". Nick Vujicic
Those flowers are gorgeous! Blessings!
wow good thoughts.
Your combination of Blake and the flowers fit in beautifully. The "yellow" jumps right into my eyes and is swept into my heart. Thanks. And bless you.
Perhaps these marigolds are not technically wildflowers, but in our daughter's yard in Colorado Springs (where this was taken), they seeded freely all over, coming up as volunteers in surprising spots. A reminder to me, that the Lord's gifts are free, and they are everywhere, even in surprising spots.
These beloved words are scripted in my Gratitude Journal; keeping company with a gathering of blessings, scripture, lyrics, and other verse. How God's people love to express the majesty that we see around us.
Yes, I love these words, too. They are calming, peaceful. One flower, one moment, all we need to have a piece of eternity. Blessings, abundant.
I needed some profound words today. Thank you. Oh, to learn these lines by heart. I like William Blake's "The Lamb" and of course "The Tiger." Karen A.