So true. There's a lot of wisdom in this.Blessings,Cheryl
So true. Stillness does lead to stagnation.
True and unfortunate!
That's true, isn't it? Stay still for too long and you stay there. Wonderful play on words.Shailaja's post
Interesting--sometimes I adore luxuriating in an expanse of time with nothing to do, and sometimes I am so stuck in a boring rut.
Yep, sounds like me!
I know how this feels. Sometimes my life is moving too fast for me to catch up and I wish it'd pause, if only for a moment.
Exactly! Then it pauses and you're like, can we get moving again?
Boring vs stillness..it is a conundrum. I am never bored, since my mind seems to be constantly racing but stillness would be lovely one of these days. wonderful take on the prompt.
Thanks for reading!
I've actually tried this; staying still enough for nothing to happen and hoping time stays. One of my biggest fears is boredom, and the feeling that things won't change. I really liked this.
Glad you enjoyed it!
You should crosstitch this on pillows, you'd make a fortune.well done
Haha, that would be fun!
Very nice, loved it.
Thank you, glad you stopped by!
Great observation.....there is indeed a fine line between the beautiful calm of stillness and the overpowering stench of stagnation!
Ugh, stench is right! But there's nothing better than a still moment.
Wise words. There's got to be a balance, right? ;)
Yes, balance is where it's at!
A lesson learned from a little blue fish... "Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming..."
Oh Dory, she's so wise.
This is so well said-I agree-to keep moving is the only way to avoid stagnation:-)
Yep, it turns out napping doesn't work! ;)
I love the lesson in this! Very nice piece, Rachel. I really liked it. Thanks for sharing it with us!
a breath away from stagnation.So true.
Inhale/exhale...that's all it takes. Thanks for reading!