Finding Fluidity in the Frozen
The season’s first snow can be a welcome time to refresh one’s perspective, especially this year. But you’ve got bring the right attitude.
Concern over possibly losing electricity at home or frustration with having to shovel heavy snow isn’t it.
Fortunately, I’ve got my ten-year-old son to remind me where to find magical moments during a deep freeze.
It’s about breaking through and finding opportunity. And I’m amazed how kids often do this so effortlessly.
During this past week, my photographic eye was led by my son’s instincts. It was a lesson and a gift. And it’s everything I need for the holidays.
Please take a look. What do you see?
Chaos or Discovery?
Silliness or Self Portrait?
Too Difficult or Just Right?
Danger or Lesson?
Cold or Warmth?
Why or Why Not?
The next time you’re feeling a little frozen, it may be helpful to tap into your inner child to help fuel more fluidity and forward motion.
Happy sledding on whatever slope you choose to conquer.