"I've been letting my mind wonder at night. My thoughts should have a curfew." Am Kidd

Monday, November 16, 2009

Open the windows!

I've got a thing for windows. I imagine them to be the "eyes" of a home. They filter happy rays of sunshine, they let fresh air in,  they keep out the rain and the snow, and when closed, they make us feel safe. The image of someone waiting by a window can be so intriguing! Is the person lonesome, anxious, afraid, sinister?

Children stand by a window to see if reindeers really fly.
 Faithful dogs wait for their loved ones to come home.

It's commonly said: "keep an open mind" but, what about the soul?  The mind serves a purpose, no doubt in that, but the soul, ah! the soul is our very center. What good does it do to keep an open mind when our soul is closed?!

The soul MUST be open and clear, exposed to beauty and light, to things that are positive and clean. Only then can happiness and inner peace be found!

I say, let's open our windows!!! Let's!

Note- Photos from Weheartit.com


  1. I found your blog through small is beautiful and I love this post!! Thank you for sharing! :)

  2. Tea, thank you for visiting! Blessings :0)

  3. I truly love this blog! So glad I found you :)

    Always something a little bit different. Keep it up.

  4. Alina, what a wonderful, inspiring post! Oh yes, let's throw open the windows and let the energy in. Bliss and love. x

  5. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog....and for letting me know about yours! What lovely imagery and thoughts you share...
    I'll be back!

  6. Quillfeather, I've got a big smile on my face :0) Thank you!

    Carol Anne, So nice to hear from you! You must be busy writing that wonderful novel, just don't forget to pop out for fresh air :)

    Hello Abigail, Thank you, and please come back again soon!

    May all you lovely ladies have a great day!

  7. I very much agree with your sentiment...

  8. The eyes of the home, yes-YES!!!


Albert Schweitzer said "In everyone's life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit" I thank you all!