Creations are Godly Interpretations: Photo by Bruce Lloyd

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The change from round bobbing to elongated patterns is perhaps the root of existentialism. Maybe something that exists one way is not necessarily its purpose and therefore can be viewed with human extensions unbeknownst at the time.

Perhaps you have cracked some sort of universal code.

All that you see can be converted. Wind and water have the power to distort.

Changes are made in truth whether you see them or not. Witness is not always truth.

It can be a distortion of what you think you see. Distortion comes in degrees.

Patterns are created whether the mind can transmit them or not.

Round does not necessarily transmit round.

Creations are Godly interpretations.

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Reene
    Jan 03, 2016 @ 20:26:10

    getting very introspective–must be thenew year—Reene

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  2. Sheryl
    Jan 07, 2016 @ 17:05:08

    I love this thought-provoking post. It is so true that things aren’t necessarily what we see–yet it can be a disconcerting concept. I like how you use the examples of wind and water having the power to distort.

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  3. Sheila Clapkin
    Jan 08, 2016 @ 11:36:23

    I thank you so much for reading and for your descriptive and meaningful comment.
    I will work on more posts like this one. Again, I do enjoy your blog as do many, many others.

    Reply

  4. Nuala ryan
    Feb 04, 2016 @ 20:03:54

    Does the wind and the rain have power to recreate rather than distort what we perceive? Your writing gives me much food for thought ….what a gift!!!! Thank you.

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  5. Sheila Clapkin
    Feb 11, 2016 @ 17:15:09

    If it has the power to recreate, then God like, but to distort is imaginable. Right?

    Reply

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