‘Lifeglass’ by Malu E. Gacuma (written on October 30,2014)

“Meditation is the soul’s perspective glass.”

~(Owen Feltham)~

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We are often living our lives as if we’re trapped in a glass cocoon; that while we see the world beyond where we are, and allow ourselves to be seen in return , it is only to a certain extent.

Inside our lifeglass is either the best or worst of who we are that we can show the world. Insodoing, we must be prepared to risk  being eventually accepted or not.

Only acceptance can break the glass and set us free.

And that seems to scare us even more.
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Note: (Glass Sculptures by Andy Paiko.Credits to photo owner. )

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