Wednesday, November 4, 2009

affirm


solo post - L, Nikon

I poured the water over my tea bag, the tag said, "We are here to love each other, serve each other and uplift each other " and then I picked up that apple. Do you see it there – plain as if it was stenciled on - a heart as uniform and perfect as any I've seen – it said "love". Now if I would just put those words to practice each and every day.

"Well done is better than well said."
-Benjamin Franklin

10 comments:

smith kaich jones said...

I see the heart and believe in such signs and it is love, and cannot be ignored. You uplift me all the time - one down, more to go. :)

LOVE the quote. Talk is cheap and old Ben knew it.

:) Debi

:: elk :: said...

this is incredible...I am off to sleep with your sweet words ringing so true!

S. Etole said...

What a special little "sign."

tNb said...

Great Ben Franklin quote, just jotting it down so I remember it (assuming it doesn't get lost in the sticky note mayhem). And the apple just makes me smile :-)

Char said...

oh my...what a whimsical and beautiful find.

and yes, i believe we are here to love one another.

Gayle said...

What a love filled post! The apple heart is so amazing!

amelia said...

wow! that is amazing, beautiful!

giftsofthejourney said...

I meant to leave a comment when I first saw this earlier...I love the synchronicity of the apple with the heart and the message on the tea bag tag. How wonderful to have both.

It's funny to see your post today because I wrote about synchronicity today over at my place.

georgia b. said...

:)

well, you started my day with a smile, and now you are ending it with one. i LOVE this.

georgia b. said...

oh, forgot to say... affirmation is one of my favorite words.

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