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Spiritual Sunday #6 ~Thou Art my Saviour

After grappling for a while with the same
old problems I decided
there was nothing else for it 
but to turn my attention to the light, 
knowing I would 
soon find some distraction.
This is what caught my attention,
something about the image made me think
of spirituality, I imagined there 
to be a church and steeple.
As I was feeling 
in need of some self healing, nurturing
I turned my attention inward
and created what I needed out of that
very same image it was a Picnik!

Comments

somepinkflowers said…
ooowwww...
i like this!

well*done, missy


{{ i bet
you are good
at seeing thingies
in the clouds
as well,
aren't you?? }}
Carola Bartz said…
I had to think of Zen when I saw your first picture. It has something very calming.
Stephanie said…
the soft mushroom view from the window is so lovely...
Miss Robyn said…
sending you some nurturing, healing and love xoxox
I love your image out the window.. at first I thought it was a UFO!

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