Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The Scattering

Sooner or later what's inside will come out,
And others will see the real me -
Uncovered, no mask, just the stuff I'm made of.
My attitudes, my words, my actions -
Like seeds, will scatter into my world
And produce more of the same.

13 comments:

Mari said...

Those pictures are incredible! I appreciate the meaningful posts you always have with your great shots!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful photos, Glenda, to make your point about 'scattering'.... We have scattered our lives all over the place --through the years, haven't we? I just hope that I have 'scattered' God's love along the way!!!!

Great post...
Hugs,
Betsy

Dorothy said...

Wonderful pictures of the opening seed pods and they are perfectly paired with the message!! Love the 'Come to Jesus' song, too.

Nancy said...

Wow!! Glenda, please pardon the pun, but it's true...these pictures...but most of all the message with them...have blown me away! Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! And so true! Thank you for sharing!!

S. Etole said...

amazing aren't they ... you've caught the light so well

Ginny said...

Oh, wow! This looks like it has just exploded! Your photography is stunning! I don't know how you find these things. Your header is georgous, the berries are a heart!! Yes, we are the only sermon some people will hear, and we need to be aware of our actions.

WhiteStone said...

Great photo. I clicked for an enlargement...so beautiful.

"what's inside will come out"....oh, how I hate it when "what comes out" in my own life is not lovely. Then I cling more closely to our Lord.

Southern Lady said...

How beautiful! Carla

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

What we sow, is what we reap. I love the thoughts and the pictures today.

Dawn said...

Absolutely fabulous!

Dawn said...

Yes, it was such fun as I got closer and realized it was one of "ours." What a special treat. I knocked on the door of the large white house next door and asked the woman who answered if she was connected to the church - of course, she was the pastor's wife. I think she thought I was a little nuts, but I explained that the p.k. in me just makes me do stuff like that.

B. Meandering said...

Wonderful capture with photos of the truth in the words.
Awesome, Glenda.

Karin said...

Really enjoyed the photos and the message! Fall is a time of scattering even though we may see it more a time of harvesting. Those photos are stunning!