happy where I am





“I have learned to be happy where I am. I have learned that locked within the moments of each day are all the joys, the peace, the fibers of the cloth we call life. The meaning is in the moment. There is no other way to find it. You feel what you allow yourself to feel, each and every moment of the day.”
~ Russ Berrie

And here’s some inspiring photography sites to check out this week:

Lisa Macintosh Photography

Capturing Moments in Time

The Kreative Life

Focusing on Life

22 thoughts on “happy where I am

  1. Lovelovelove this, Susan! Yep, it’s all about each and every moment when we are fully aware of our being and enjoying life at its fullest! Only during these moments we are really alive in the whole sense of meaning it … Yes, we have our past, but we don’t live there anymore. And yes, we have our great future full with adventures and fun, but right here in this very moment we are active and in full response to life! How great is that?

  2. The mood of your images, Susan, convey the sentiment perfectly and I love the quote you’ve chosen. Seems as though we all need to practice being in the moment these days with the distractions and pace of life whirling around us. Wonderful post.

  3. Beautiful atmosphere in all of these, Susan, but especially that first one with those boots taken off in a hurry and the sunlight creating shadows – and of course the lovely bag of flowers hanging on the door-knob. Great quotation!

  4. This means that you have paused to think – maybe we don’t do this enough. I remember sitting in a lounger in the garden and just looking at the plants and sky and wondered why I didn’t do this more often so thank you for this

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