Sometimes you can find beauty in the most unexpected places.
Entering the interior of Paris’ oldest church, Eglise Saint-Germain-des-Pres, once so mighty but now eclipsed by Notre Dame,
I was struck by the beauty of a humble set of chairs next to some ancient chipped pillars.
The light from the stained glass window behind them
Transformed the chairs into miracles of colour and form
And the floor, worn by centuries of visitors,
Became a dazzling thing of rainbow beauty.
(I have to say that out of all my Paris photos, these are some of my favourites.)
“The most astonishing thing about miracles is that they happen.”
G. K. Chesterton
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The first time I saw this white wooden church
I gasped in amazement at its beauty.
It started out as a simple chapel built in the 1700s —
And then in the mid-1800s, it was expanded
And the old clock tower replaced with a new one.
The white wooden planking,
The delicate leaded windows —
Such simple and exquisite beauty
Iced with snow and love.
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Sometimes you just have to go with the flow
And realize that life is as delicious as a leaf floating on water.
We can’t control everything,
But with roots and wings we can go far.
Even when the world looks grey
You can see that it has shades of silver in it.
Children teach us the simple lesson
That sometimes we just need to be still and listen to the sound of our own breathing.
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Not much happens in my life. I work, I play, I laugh, I cry.
I focus on the small wonders of life.
A luminous leaf nestled in diamonds.
A strawberry jewel in the frost.
I have faith – even in the dark times – that there is beauty in the ordinary
And that life, in all its frailty, still contains the miraculous.
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