Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Who Matters

The majesty of our accomplishments and of Nature are obvious but cast your eyes toward the bottom of this photo and rethink what matters. Could it be the people of the world? Your newborn child? Or that one special person who holds your soul?

Perhaps what matters is the smallest of gestures, intention of actions, and the way we treat each other? I suggest all the majesty is but a glorious backdrop for those who are precious. Let's not overlook that simple tiny truth in our quest for a sustainable world.

1 comment:

  1. Sustainability in its simplest form is a desire to be connected to the natural world in a meaningful way. This desire takes many shapes, and if allowed to flourish, encompasses all other relationships. This connectedness adds a wondrous dimension and can be the source of great inspiration.