Learning to Look

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I want to remember to let myself be intoxicated in the present

-the here and now-

so I can see the beauty right in front of me.


But I’m learning to look out the windows,

to talk to my seat mates, to stop

and drink a cup of coffee that’s offered to me,

and most importantly, to get off the train when it’s time.


~ Knisely, Matt. Framing Faith. Nashville: Thomas Nelson. 2014.

~ Thank you, miss Cindee (& miss Susie), for the book.




I shall


slow. Off-

line, in






3 thoughts on “Learning to Look”

  1. S. Etole says:

    I’m thinking of doing the same. Neat photo and I’m glad you enjoyed the book.

  2. It’s pretty fun the things that can be noticed when we choose to take our time and smell the roses a little. It’s surprising how much a bit of extra mindfulness can open up our experience of the world.

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