Because I need there to be beauty. I need there to be peace. I need to know that things are not as bad as they seem and much like this picture….that hope, that belief is fading. The belief that common sense will sink in. The hope that people will open their eyes and see what really is. The belief that the humanity will outweigh the fear. The fear that has blinded so many. Yet, all of this fading and my heart is breaking.
I’ve never seen such a division. Such a riveting dismay. Such a deep and rooted steadfast belief that this is the best way. One that has the fault line trembling, waiting for that one quake. The one that destroys everything. That ends it all. I don’t want to believe that it is coming, but the ache in my heart feels differently. I think many do, but this is new for me.
A twister of emotions. Riddling the area with debris. So much debris that it is hard to sort through it all. I don’t know what tomorrow holds. At this point, I’m not even sure what later on this evening holds….but I refuse to believe that the beauty will fade. That common sense is long lost to the masses and that…that one earthquake…I refuse to believe that it will be the one that destroys us. My hope is that it bonds us and brings a light to the eyes of those that have gone blind.
Sorry for the post, but I needed to have that said. I hope you have a beautiful day and tomorrow.
Montana Rose Photography