If this is true, then your beautiful picture within a picture tells more than one story.
Wheels for good,wheels for bad,wheels destroying,wheels helping.Sad sight; my mother on wheels.
Working with those who are wheel-chair bound, I am always so very grateful for mobility. We take so much for granted.
it is so interesting to see what makes others look away.perhaps when we avert our eyes it should be a bell ringing within us toopen our hearts.how easily we forget that we are all connected.
The world needs more compassion, then there wouldn't be so many sad pictures.
Truly a work of art!Fabulous.♥♥♥
Love the art in the book and the way you've arranged this shot.~My daughter was married in the church over Easter weekend,then baptized, confirmed and had holy communion all on Easter.She has been taking lessons for a long time.
Your pictures always intrigue me, I love that, but more importantly they tell the story of a compassionate heart!Have a lovely weekend. x
Life is going on all around us. It's not always about me. I will not judge, yet compassion for the obvious will fill my heart. Wonderful haiku and photo.Peace
While this person sleeps I will not turn my head, but wish them sweet dreams... Beautiful Annie, in picture and word.
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