Different Reflections


The Mirriam-Webster dictionary has many definitions of the word reflection, one being the obvious of seeing one’s image in a mirror or water.

Another meaning for the word is consideration of some subject matter, idea, or purpose.

And then there is this: reflecting is about letting your heart and soul speak. It requires letting go of the rational mind, going into your interior life, and listening. (Internet)

In Paul’s 2nd letter to Timothy we read: Reflect on what I am saying, for the Lord will give you insight into all this. 2 Timothy 2:7 (NIV)

As I reflect on the image below, a feeling of both grandeur and peace floods my soul, both of which give me insight into the wonder of God, Himself. Happy Sunday.

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One thought on “Different Reflections

  1. Good discussion, Patsy. I struggled with what to call my new blog page. Technically, I am posting creative non-fiction essays, but that’s a long name that doesn’t escape the stereotyped boring and staid and dry “essay.” So, I am calling my essays “reflections,” for they reflect many things: the past, emotions, my personality and spirit, the joys and agonies of life, divinity… Time to reflect some more.

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