ACKNOWLEDGING ONE’S GIFTS
Photographs seem to be a picture that speaks a thousand words. Yet for some, having available a recent picture, or allowing a photograph to be taken, is a stretch, way beyond comfort.
One might pretend that an age-old picture is a way of preserving the image ... suggesting who they were years ago, is who they are today.
The yesterdays accumulating, allowing for us this day, yet some deny the gift of life — as they appear to be froze in time.
... Who is here?
Glenda Gibbs, Author of Food For the Soul, 2000 Copyright All Rights Reserved
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