Thursday, December 23, 2010

On the surface

Title: "Underlying all reason"
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No matter how busy the world, there always exists small, quiet spots for contemplation. I see here the two sides of water: the way it reflects the world we are most enthralled with on its surface, and the clarity with which it reveals what lies below. Surface reflections are not real, no matter how they may seem to be; what we see as we go deeper brings true meaning.

1 comment:

J. M. Golding said...

...and both surface and depth are present, parts of the same whole. A beautiful, quiet image! The water with the small stones feels like one of the quiet spots for contemplation that you mentioned, slipped between the larger rocks.