Wednesday, April 24, 2013

When The Sky Falls

If the sky falls, there'll be a bigger sky behind it.

17 comments:

  1. Love this one! What a pleasant turn!

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  2. Wow! this one swept me off my feet!

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  3. Yep, there's always something around the corner.
    Cheers, ic

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  4. For the most part, I agree. I would say that at times there may not be a bigger sky, but a different one - the death of a loved one, for example, may leave us in much altered circumstances. To tell the widow that she will soon be better off would be crass! But - she will eventually find inner strength that she didn't know she possessed. The sky beyond is altered - not necessarily bigger. But I get your meaning - good one.

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  5. u know me and some of my convos on Blog Catalog. There was a time in the past when i did feel everything was falling. I was losing my dignity, my career, my privacy, my father and my mind. However, if I didn't go through that, there are no other steps possible in m past to have led to to where I am now - level. Life is like weather. there will always be storms, always sun, always drought, always flood. Always for us all.

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  6. Awesome concept. This could be taken SO many ways. It could be you'll get to heaven. It could mean getting into space.... Love it.

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  7. What a wonderful thought to get you through hard times.

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  8. I wish I could believe it....I'm just thankful most days that only HALF the sky fell in!!

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  9. It's the next sky that is the really scary one!

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  10. and the sun is above it all :-) Wishing you blue skies.

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  11. I love this! It's such a comforting and hopeful thought that even in the midst of our "perfect storms", there is something beyond it. Who knows what can be found under a bigger sky. There may even be room for healing there.

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  12. Yes, be the big sky covering all.

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  13. So true...beyond every horizon lies another.

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  14. Really love this aphorism, Marty! It’s a very positive message to always look forward...or skyward!

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