I am not a photographer. At least not like my daughter, the professional photographer who captures the ice cream as it drips off the nose of a two year old or the unpredictable belly laugh of a bride as her new husband kisses her neck.
I look for frames.
I see the world as frames that will hold my words, my feelings and my emotions. When I spot a frame I snap it quickly to be used with my writing to illustrate the point I intend to convey.
At times the frames I see create my words; or at least allow my words to come together in a meaningful way to reach the heart of the viewer. One snapshot may speak of peace and calmness. One photo may paint the canvas for love.
What if you looked at every moment in your life as a frame? How would you fill it to create a memory?
Do you want to frame a moment filled with examples of happiness, kindness and love?
Or will you allow your frame to hold moments of being disengaged, angry, sad and confused?
Many times people drift along believing that life is happening to them and they are helpless in the process. That is a distorted view.
The control is in your hands. You direct the focus and what the lens of your life captures. It is up to you to search out the frames and fill them with the people and experiences YOU want to have.
I am not a photographer, but I fill my frames with meaning, with emotion and with feeling.
How will you fill your frames?
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Pennie’s Life Lesson: “Frame your world moment by moment, memory by memory to create a masterpiece of love and happiness.”
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