What are you really looking at?

I wish to reblog this post for 2 reasons:
1. Now it is updated with a gorgeous image to go with it.
2. I find myself revisiting this process of transformation, letting go and healing. May this season bring us all closer to the Light & Love.
I would love to know your thoughts on this.

Infinite Living

Peeping thru the leaves - starburst at dawn - Kala Pathar beach - Havelock - 1F8A1073 “Peeping through the leaves” by Atanu Chakraborty

There’s an empty glass of water sitting on the counter. It is broken. It is holding together but it has been shattered and has cracks going all direction. I look at it and see just that and nothing else …a piece of broken glass.

If you try to think of a situation or event in life that might have shattered your intact way of being …what do you really think of ? A situation that has cracked your core and wounded you open in places? Or something that has been bothering you very much since yesterday or last week? The broken glass probably doesn’t really represent anything to you. Life is perfect …except that this person, yesterday or last week, did not behave well, had a wrong attitude, did not do exactly like you expected or even deserved. My glass is as intact as…

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39 thoughts on “What are you really looking at?

  1. Pingback: What are you really looking at? -Infinite Living | nz

  2. The picture is so beautiful with the sun shining between those leaves. The post by itself is an expressive insight to accept optimistic healing in spite of our broken pieces; a worthy gift to one’s own self, indeed. Thanks for the lovely read. 🙂

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  3. May light shine through us and heal our wounds, illuminating the beauty within us. Let’s accept all the pieces of ourselves, no matter how ugly we think they are. Thank you for reposting this encouraging post, Pragal. ❤

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