What does the sky tell

There are two interpretations of the world of today.
Either it is on fire or there is light ahead.

If life were predictable,
so it would cease to be life
– and be without flavor
*Eleanor Roosevelt – former US first lady*

Waves, figuratively too

Waves are life, but risk too.
The short future hides behind not next corner but next wave.
From the summer of 2019.

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf
*Nitya Prakash – indian book and film writer*

Life windsurfing

Remember tailwinds and riding the waves aren’t always necessary.
Headwinds and stubborn waves against us can be the right help too.

Knowing both, probably we appreciate the tailwind better.?

The tide can turn any time
*Lailah Gifty Akita – ghanaian authoress and founder*

Simple joys

We often make simple thing much more complicated than necessary.
Conversation connects understanding – a “cliche” with lots of truth.
There are many explanations for this collective “alienation” towards one another.
Also explainable and even sensible, but it makes simple joy less simple.

Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap
but by the seeds that you plant
*Robert Louis Stevenson – scottish novelist and travel writer*

Joy are a bit similar to agriculture
– without throwing any seed so for sure no harvest.

Inspired by this week theme “Simple joys” in the “Friendly Friday”.
The Sandy Chronicles