Mid morning I looked out my office window and noticed it was snowing. I mentioned it to a friend and she said, “It was snowing when I dropped you off at work.” Wow! I wasn’t paying attention – wasn’t seeing as I got out of the car. I wondered what else I had missed.
Later, I looked out my window and did a double take. The view of the foothills outside of Boulder, Colorado was amazing. The snow had stopped, the sun was shining through the clouds, and I saw it. I was paying attention and caught the beauty of the moment.
This picture does not capture the lighting nor the feeling I had of being blessed because I can look out of my office window and see such a wonderful sight.
The view was a reminder to see, in all ways. Being intentional about seeing the physical around me, is a practice that helps me “see” what is not visible.
What do you see?