Just when we start to crawl that we appreciate the busyness of the people around us and their over-arching shadows are what interests us. When we started to open our eyes and narrow the focus to which we learned to appreciate the colors that surround us. We appreciated beauty all that abound us when we are just beginning to learn new experiences we called LIFE.
Figuratively speaking, our life’s choices are ever dependent on the kind of childhood we lived. Those smiles, hugs, kisses and motherly touch are what defines our life. We are like seashells slowly moving from which the coastline is their only world. When they have all lived up and their lives expire from them, then their true beauty are mostly appreciated. It is when we pick them up on our romantic walk about in the beach and collecting seashells, for we found God’s creation and beauty in it.
When we live our lives the way we can and could, let us learn to appreciate those simply moments we have been empty. Our emptiness is what makes us beautiful and our vulnerability is what gives meaning to our lives as we learn to live it.