I take many self-portraits. My favorite photographer asked me what I was trying to capture here.
What was I trying to capture?
What did I capture?
In this particular moment I had no where to be, no emails to response to, no disputes to settle, no brainstorming sessions- nothing.
I’m thankful for the responsibilities that I have chosen to take on but damn, it feels good to put it on pause for a moment.
I was remembering to just be. The sunshine was out and the breeze was blowing. Freshly washed and styled hair and my makeup free face amplified deep feelings of clear headedness or the clarity of mind I felt… feel.
Clarity – my favorite kind of charity. *Laughs
The abstract pattern the shadows casted on the wall made me think of my own journey. I am identifying and breaking my own patterns of darkness in efforts to make space and further open my heart to the light, creating my own abstracted pattern of varying hues of internal illumination. They need each other, the rays of light and darkness, for contrast and interest.
It’s my responsibility to manage my inner light and I do, with the help of earthly and heavenly guidance. ( Thank y’all kindly. *smiles wide)
What was I trying to capture here?
What did I capture here?
I captured my wholeness in every sense of the verb.
Writer’s Note: I wrote example sentences to each meaning of the word capture- it felt divine and maybe I’ll circle back and share another time. O and yes- Happy Valentine’s Day mothacluckas.