rainbow connection

December 15, 2009 at 12:35 am (cheesy sentimentalities, random Puffs)

“We live in a rainbow of chaos.”

– Paul Cezanne

In this house, we believe in magic. And that it can hide in the simplest of things – if only you care to look with eyes widened by innocence. . .If only you remember to forget the whys and the hows of it, and accept a thing for all that it is. Dust-motes dance through sunbeams, sparkling to a symphony imagined in our minds. Prisms are crystalline diamonds illuminated in enchantment. We are surrounded by a world that was created for us in astounding detail and brimful of miracles, but somehow. . . we always forget to look. We’ve forgotten how to see.
She never forgets. She doesn’t know that there is any other way to be. . .
Stop! Take a break! Look through the eyes of someone who doesn’t know any better. Contemplate the universe as if you’d never heard of science. Have faith in the miracles and believe in the magic. All of this world has been given to us. Chase the next rainbow you see – and maybe you’ll find that you can catch it after all. . .

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11 Comments

  1. Sharon said,

    the blog needs a ‘like’ button a la facebook. More wonderous things….twinkle lights and ornaments. r the beauty of falling snow that so confounds the bitty one in my life.

  2. Michelle @ Graceful said,

    Oh yes! My kids help me see the wonder so often in the everyday. And you said it so well!

  3. Kendall said,

    *nods* I love this post!! We have a “rainbow circle” that shines through the peephole on our front door EVERY morning. Kayda is absolutely fascinated by it.

  4. Erin said,

    This is so sweet. 🙂

  5. Kelli said,

    Awesome photo!! Love this post!

  6. deb said,

    Wow! You’ve captured it so well. Wow.

  7. Rosemarie said,

    This was a great post to read and very true. I try to remind myself that what is old to me is new to my girls – and to see things through their eyes.

    I read you last post, too, about the “warning” label on the toy – it gave me a good laugh!!!

  8. FooFoo said,

    Very pretty picture of T. This ornament photographed amazingly. I think these two pics are among my most favorite from your blog.

  9. Ki said,

    When I’m with T, I always believe. Even if she asks too many questions, she still doesn’t question the magic of the rainbows. =p

  10. Saumya said,

    Beautiful Picture of T!!! You wrote it so beautifully !! I simply love this post!

  11. Jenn said,

    ahh, the sense of wonder! beautiful!

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