Sadly, we’re often invisible.
We walk through our world, doing the best we can, trying our best to believe in hope. Hope exists, but it can be elusive.
Happily, we’re often invisible.
We walk through our world, doing the best we can, but screw up often. As human as it is to make mistakes, maybe it’s best that we’re rarely seen.
And we are – all of us – rarely seen. Luckily no one can read our thoughts, or we’d have fewer loved ones I’m sure. People look, but rarely see. I believe there is a jewel that burns brightly in the breast of every man, woman, child and creature. Possibly they are different colors, but it’s human practice to look past them, and instead focus on what is not real, and what is not essence. When someone really and truly sees you, they see your beauty and flaws in true-time – and can love you truly.
I truly believe there is more to us than these heavy, fleshy bodies that never quite seem to fit. And I believe there is more magic in the world than we, as science and logical-minded creatures could ever allow ourselves to experience.
If only we could be truly as angels – uplifted above ourselves – dancing with the wind, and diving through clouds. Our wings stretched out and full, darting through the glorious sunlight. If only we could have the complete freedom of invisibility, and also of joy.
I love when I am invisible, and can peer at people through these airy, rose-colored thoughts. I love seeing people for the gifts they really do bring to the world, and I love enjoying that which each person brings to the table. One for all, and all for one, our inner hearts blaze brightly in many jewel-hued colors.
If you’ve ever been like me, and have ever wanted to scream at the silliness of what passes for purpose, have heart, and have hope. Have hope in that, the fact that you are often invisible, means that you are the most beautiful.
None of us can peer for long at that which is too gorgeous.
Love is patient, love is kind… it always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.
Love never fails.