Renewal Under a Rock

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The renewal of hope after despair seems to me to be always worth celebrating, regardless of one’s particular religious beliefs. I personally have had a rather dismal Easter–going through boxes–and trying to catch up on back work– but I keep trying to remind myself of what the day means and what spring in general offers. May we all find some renewal.

The above photo is a light sculpture made by Jason Martin.

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8 Comments on “Renewal Under a Rock”

  1. hedgewitch Says:

    That is a striking pic, k. Renewal often has to sneak up on us, I think–our lives are so exhausting we are too fuzzled to go find it. Hope your spring is soon sprung–I know the flowers make a huge difference here.

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      I’m sure they do. There’s a bit of freezer burn all over! Very brown. k.

      • hedgewitch Says:

        Will it be spring in India, K? I hope so–you deserve some non-brown flowers.

      • ManicDdaily Says:

        It will be very hot where my daughter is–in Ahmedabad. We are going South, which should be a bit cooler, ironically, but still hot. I do think that there will be flowers at least in some places! I don’t know about Ahmedabad. It is a big industrial city, but quite interesting in its way. (It was basically center of Gandhi’s base in India and there is still a kind of Gandhian spirit.)

        The weather patterns are so different. We will be basically in the hot time a bit before the monsoon.

  2. brian miller Says:

    i remember that picture…smiles…we take the renewal when we can get it…and if spring ever really gets here that would surely be nice…a wet cold day here…but the rain is good….it brings what will be needed when spring does finally show up…hope life settles a bit for you soon enough k…

    • ManicDdaily Says:

      Yes – well, I have this trip to India this week! Crazy timing, but I will be very happy to see my daughter. That’s the point of the trip really, so that’s good, but there’s a fair amount to do before leaving! Still, so lucky for the opportunity. k.


  3. What a wonderful image!


  4. captivating title k– and its very relevant !


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