How we see the world

Post 72:

Sky, sea & water

Okay, I am sorry if I seemed to have disappeared lately. I am home (on the beautiful island of Ireland) to spend Easter with my family and friends. But this post is really inspired by the short aeroplane journey to get here!

Simple things

I don’t really have a lot of time to investigate, but I am sure someone once said:

It’s the simple things in life that make the biggest difference

If no one said that, then I’ll happily take credit for that. But what I am trying to get at is that life is full of simple things which we often take for granted. That sometimes includes family and friends. Let me explain better:

  • On the plane I was in the sky for about 45 minutes, but when on earth getting on with my life, I often forget that the sky is there in all its beauty, right above our heads
  • As I was landing in to beautiful Belfast, the fields surrounded the resediential areas – but do we appreciate green things enough?
  • As I was flying over the Isle of Man, I noticed that they too are an island (much, much, much smaller) but yet they are surrounded by lovely calm water too

Appreciate the simple things

After really seeing these simple things (water, fields, blue sky) I really thought that our world is really nice, and it would be even nicer if we appreciated how nice our world actually is. Our sky will continue to change, regardless of what we feel like. The sea can go from one of calm to smashing waves due to the wind. But no matter what happens to these simple things, we don’t really see them as a huge change. Or at least, I didn’t until this post!

Thanks for letting me share some of the many simple things of life in this short and sweet post

Post 72, over and out