The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
------ Marcel Proust
Last month, the One Little Word project had us turning to images . . . to "picture" our word. So. What does POSSIBILITY look like?
For me . . . POSSIBILITY looks like this:
You can't really set out to take a picture of POSSIBILITY. . . but you can find pictures of POSSIBILITY all around you! Plants growing where they ought not. Reminders to explore, to wander. Visible evidence of an emptying out, of making room for something new and different. Trying new things. Learning new things.
There are visual reminders of POSSIBILITY all around. We just need to have . . . new eyes!
As a side note, I usually struggle with the "creating-a-scrapbook" portion of the OLW project. This year, I'm finding it quite liberating to just do my own thing instead . . . and incorporate the prompts into my journal. It still looks a lot like "scrapbooking" I suppose, but it's not a prescribed format. It's MY format. And, apparently, that makes All the Difference for me.