“Life is like a landscape. You live in the midst of it but can describe it only from the vantage point of distance.” – Charles Lindbergh
Try to imagine viewing your own life—your disposition, experiences, and accomplishments—as an outsider. What would you see? Would you see a genuinely happy, well-rounded person? Or would you see the need for improvement?
The painting Distance is a reminder of how far we’ve come through the events of life. The muddled portions of color in this painting are like footsteps through the rough terrain. It might seem bleak when you’re in the moment but once you take a step back and see how far you’ve come, you start to notice the lighted path of perseverance.
Never cease to move forward but always remember to take a step back once in awhile and observe your life from a distance. You might learn a thing or two about yourself from a diverse perspective.
Explore the possibilities…