Picture the Present

There is that saying that a picture is worth a thousand words.  It is very famous.  However, for some reason, it is difficult to pinpoint who originated this quote.  It could be Albert Einstein, perhaps Napoleon Boneparte, maybe it is a Chinese proverb, or unknown.  It may be worth saying that pictures carry a lot of interpretations in it and hold one of many perspectives based on the eye of the beholder that is.

The Human mind does have its capabilities when drawing into itself the beauty of life.  The beauty of life is like a picture of a thousand words.  Yet, we are human and can only grasp a fraction of it into our understanding.

There is a good reason for this, that beauty should be  understood not with a quick instance of gratification of the arts.  It needs a process within to really respect what is in front of you.  In seconds, how could you get the artist’s point at heart?  There in a picture is meaning, vision, imagination, intelligence, creativity, appreciation, love, and the list goes on.  Therefore within the range of qualities of a picture, we need to not put it so readily to really tell how remarkable it really is.

While this is good to note what a picture can stand for, our present moment is also a picture of many.  Just take a snapshot of life in the instance.  This present moment has a 180 degrees field of view to understand the moment at hand.

It may be great to have much to say about the present moment.  Yet, in a minute there are sixty seconds.  This is rather quick to justify meaning.  Though, we need to remember that we are human.  Not sparing the moment for a few seconds of time.  Digesting these moments needs time.

Let us give an opportunity to bridge the present moment to allow us the art of life.

Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment. – Buddha

Photo by Joanna Kosinska on Unsplash

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