Seeking Solace in the Sky | #wordlesswednesday

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When you feel stuck, have you ever looked at the sky? The passing clouds and the changing colours will remind you that everything changes. Nothing stays forever. Especially relieving to know this, when we’re baffled by life and it’s predicaments. For me, some days that’s all that I need to get moving on my path.  And yes, it usually works.

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21 Comments
  • Natasha

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    Change is the only constant and the sky always speaks a million languages to me. I also derive a lot of solace from it’s changing hues, as you can see in my recent #WW post, dear Esha.

    Have a precious, blessed week my friend. <3
    Big love.

  • Shilpa Gupte

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    Yes, yes and yes…it’s what I learned last year, that NOTHING IS PERMANENT!
    It’s what I keep reminding myself whenever something annoys me or tests my patience. it does give you solace hearing those words, isn’t it, Esha?
    Hugs!

  • Mahati ramya adivishnu

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    I love watching sky too. Definitely a mood lifter.

  • Alana

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    I used to watch the sky as a child, but got out of the habit. Now I look at the sky multiple times daily, to see its wonder. Especially at sunrise and sunset, I am transported outside myself. Nice glow in your capture.

  • Holly

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    Love the light! ❤︎

  • Jayanthy G

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    The sky has answers to many of our questions, especially the ones for which we have no idea at all. It helps us move on right? To let things be, to not just to hope but for pushing us to step forward and see the beauty in it. Good one Esha.

  • Shiju Sugunan

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    Beautiful capture. Dusk is breathtaking these days in Bangalore.

  • stevebethere

    Reply

    What a beautiful capture so serene 🙂

    Have a skytastic week 🙂

    • Esha

      Thank you so much, Steve! So glad to know the picture spoke to you.

  • Kala Ravi

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    I know how much the skies matter to you, I guess they actually talk to you! We need assurances from wherever possible, that, this too shall pass.

    • Esha

      Funny you say that. Actually, yes, skies do talk to me! We thrive on assurances, don’t we, even if we are old enough to tell our kids to not go looking for them in others. We still do need them. Thank you for that wonderful approach to taking the positive route in life.

  • Deb Nance at Readerbuzz

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    I often look to the sky for peace. Your photo is remarkable.

    • Esha

      Thank you so much, Deb for saying that. It did cheer me up. Have a lovely day and see you here again at #ww this week as well.

      Cheers for stopping by the blog.

  • Unishta

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    That’s the truth of life that nothing lasts forever. I think that transience is what makes sorrow bearable.

    • Esha

      It does, Sunita! So thankful for such wisdom that makes life bearable during the not-so-good times.

  • Marie Moody

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    Here’s one for ya. My dad use to say when the clouds have that reddish tint to it like these do it’s going to be a hot day tomorrow. Oh well, who knows right? Just something I never forgot. have a great day!

    • Esha

      Thank you for sharing that bit about what your dad used to say. I grew up hearing that if the sky was that red, it was going to be sunny the next day and most cases, it was. So, there you go.
      Have a lovely day. Cheers for stopping by the blog.

  • Rajlakshmi

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    the sky does bring solace. The colors are so vibrant that for once we forget the reality we live in. Beautiful capture.

    • Esha

      Thank you, Rajlakshmi. So glad you liked it.

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