As some of you may recall, my “One Little Word” this year is Discover.
This is the year for me to Discover… more about myself… and more about the world around me.
I am honored and privileged to share a very special piece of artwork with you today from my friend Jo Freehand at Daily Record 365.
Jo created #Two Hundred Two: Discover just for me and my word!
I have been slowly taking it in since Jo kindly created and posted it several weeks ago; and every time I look it, I discover something new.
Here is how I first saw it:
The microscope is mammoth and massive and complex (like life), and it is examining the hole in the record (the “in between” part – the part where we have the freedom to do and be what we want). The lady is REACHING – almost as if for the stars and then embraces and takes in that light. And the microscope reminds me of the Discovery Satellite too – exploring the universe – and that is what the lady is seeing and feeling and it is filling her heart, and she is happy and excited and fascinated. And it is saying that what you see with your eyes (or at least on the surface or at first glance), might not be the “be all /end all.” You have to look closer, you have to feel it, you have to let it fill you, and it will bring you joy. There is a better view if you reach, stretch to look closer or look at a different way, and you need to look “in between.”
Discovery is an individual experience. However this image speaks to you is right for you. For me, the microscope is focused on a watch, an everyday object. Or perhaps it represents time or a moment. She’s “reaching for a better view.” Does she realize the view right there beneath her skin? The entire universe right there? (Or has she been focused outwardly, watching hands move around the clock.) Can anyone else interpret her universe?
Deep stuff – eh??!! 🙂
What do you see when you look at it? What does it say to you? I would love to hear your thoughts.
And I urge you to discover Jo’s blog. It is always fun to see each Daily Record and interpret what it speaks to you. Comments are usually as diverse as the people sharing them, which make it that much more fun and interesting.
I hope you are discovering more about yourself and the world around you – every day – because there is a lot of “good stuff” in and out there!
Cheers & Hugs,