Weekly photo challenge: infinite

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The Footprints We Leave Behind

We are Infinite. Every word, every action, and every thought we perform is written in history, no matter its degree. In hindsight, that suggests how each of us have some sort of purpose in life, which resonates through time and space. The footprints we leave behind become the legend we call our story. However, in order to get to that next stage of our lives, our goal, we cannot skip a step. Indeed it is difficult, but it is also necessary to go through life’s obstacles, distress, and troubles; because when we do, when we allow ourselves to be put to the test, the possibilities of what we can achieve truly become timeless, boundless, eternal, and Infinite. I was suddenly very aware of the fact it was me standing up in that tunnel with the wind over my face. Not caring if I saw downtown. Not even thinking about it. Because I was standing in the tunnel. And I was really there. And that was enough to make me feel infinite. ~ The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky. If you do see yourselves in one of these pictures and would like to have it taken down for personal reasons, please comment and I’ll be happy to do so.

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20 responses to “Weekly photo challenge: infinite

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  5. A thoughtful post Jean. I love your idea of each of us, as unique bodies, including all of nature and the formation of the galaxies, is a single statement, an infinite number of unique statements coexisting and inter-relating; it send shivers up (and down) my spine. Thank you

  6. Hi Jean, thanks for stopping by my blog! I love what you said here; “The footprints we leave behind become the legend we call our story.” So true. Looking forward for more of photos in perspective 🙂

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  10. Beautiful post, and I totally see how this picture fits to the idea of infinity, even if it’s not immediately obvious! Your writing is spot on too, keep up the good work!

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