Wish Upon a Waterfall


As the waterfall is frozen in time, stop and ponder the present moment. Notice the stillness, the calmness, and the absolute peace. This moment is bliss. This moment is always available. Focus on the moment, and leave out there out there.

8 responses to “Wish Upon a Waterfall”

  1. rugby843 avatar

    I’m with you on that!

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    1. Tom avatar

      Thanks, Cheryl! The more of us who find that moment, the better the whole world will be! 🙂

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  2. Diane Henders avatar

    Wonderful advice, Tom; and a lovely photo! 🙂

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    1. Tom avatar

      Thanks, Diane. I’m reading The Power Of Now at the moment, so that’s how I’m seeing things right now! 😊

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  3. Avigail (Hineini…I’m here) avatar
    Avigail (Hineini…I’m here)

    Beautiful post, Tom! The words and the photos. I felt it in my heart and spirit. 😊

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    1. Tom avatar

      Ah, thanks, Avigail. 🙂
      I’m pleased the post spoke to you!

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  4. europasicewolf avatar

    Trying not to do that right now! It would mean focusing on the possibility that the fang next to the one I recently destroyed on a cream cracker, may also now have taken a turn for the worse! Best I don’t focus on the now too much h at this point😄Maybe go and have a coffee instead and try not to to think too much!😉

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    1. Tom avatar

      You can still focus on the now, Icewolf, just in a direction away from your fang. Just don’t focus on the cream cracker.

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