Lovely quote Barry! And love this image.
Innocence..a meaning that seems to be miles away now..U got me thinking of how life takes away all the innocence and replaces it with a bunch of unpleasant qualities:)btw,u can call me Bassi:)
Absolutely. About a month or so ago I realized how much I had lost my innocence because I was picking up a penny & I went "Oooo Money" instead of saying, "Ooo I'll have luck". Oh Christmas mornings used to be the best, your totally right.
Leah, thanks. This photo seemed perfect. I love eyes, especially a baby's. They're just...big and gorgeous.Bassi, You said, "U got me thinking of how life takes away all the innocence and replaces it with a bunch of unpleasant qualities:)"I think that's true, but ultimately to the extent that we let it. I can't say it's inevitable.Melanie, I've read countless thousands of words from you. As someone on the outside looking in I'm happy to say that you still have a certain wonderful innocence about you, which I adore.
oh to be an infant again, and to unlearn what we have learned. to lay aside the scars we have been given, to put aside the doubt we have scooped up from the road along the journey, to be unaware of words like "impossible" and "not good enough" and to be unfamiliar with doubt. but how to get there? that is the question.
It's true... although this holiday I saw some things in their eyes that I didn't really like...