In stepping beyond
structures of condition
with no restraints
without human manipulation
affording the Seeker
Lessons to learn
to create Life
in brand new ways
Photography/ “Total Freedom” December 2016©AmyRose
Hubby: (in disapproving tones) You always drive in high gear getting into accidents. (In reference to how I live life … with gusto!)
Me: Well, you are stuck in neutral and don’t go anywhere.
Hubby: At least I don’t get into accidents.
Me: If someone rear ends you, then technically you do end up in an accident. (Grinning …. gotcha!)
Me: Quickly exiting room before hubby could get last word in. (laughing!) And IF he did get last word in, I did not hear it. LOL
Hubby is constantly disapproving of the way I live Life, full steam ahead. I was born in a family with too many constraints, too many conditions, and so I have deemed it my initiative to walk away from those conditions which stifled me, to create my Life in a new way. I am an Out of the Box person. Of course I fail. Of course I make mistakes. I was never taught how to create in an Out of the Box way.
And yes there is a lot of risk grabbing with gusto everything you can because many times you’re driving blindly yet still going at high speed. Of course I do know how to down shift and when the occasions arise, I do so. Hubby on the other hand really is stuck in neutral most of the time, with his head under the covers too afraid to face Life. The reason? Nam. My role has been to live by example with Faith held in my Heart that someday hubby will finally put that gear into first and begin moving consistently.
Yes he does move but when he does it is extremes. His speedometer goes from 0 mph to 150 mph with no common sense of bringing balance to the two. One of these days hubby will recognize the structures he himself has built and realize how precious LIFE is. And so it is! (smile)
A little about this image …. I was actually getting bored photographing what I was so I turned around to see what was behind me. I stood there thoughtfully as my eye began to see the angles and then what lay beyond them. I decided to carefully line up my camera’s frame with the angles so that the parallel lines were perfectly straight in my frame. It took me a while to do, but determination won out. No adjustment was made on this photo to straighten it. As you see this is how I actually took it. I had to pat myself on the back with this one, for patience won out as did a steady hand and eye coordination, making a beautifully framed photograph. (smiling!)
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