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I don't know why it seems like some people struggle a life time while others just walk through life with nothing to struggle over. It's not for us to question though, because we are all struggling over something at one time. or another.
The one thing I do believe with all of my heart is that when we do struggle and go through trials there is great deal of growth that we may not feel for a very long time, and with that growth comes the obligation to be a light to others, to use what we have come through to help others. We may never know how we helped someone or we may, but that is not ours to decide.
Our trials and struggles are not meant to be kept to ourselves, we are to share them with others who are hurting, fighting a battle, going through trials, and struggling. We learn and heal from not only our struggles but also from sharing the lessons we learn from them.
We have to keep going, and never give up.
Nothing is impossible, keep going!
Where do I get the quotes I use on my photos?
Most of the quotes are triggered by events, and scenery. Some are borrowed from songs or quotes from singers. And others are from years of experience and wisdom of people that I love dearly.. Some are inspired by the Bible.
How do I choose a photo?
This is strange, but going through my photos from years and years ago, will bring up that exact moment that it was taken, and how I was emotionally attached to it determines the quote I use on it. It's not always a warm fuzzy feeling, a lot of times its anger, it's scary, and sometimes it is hurtful, causing panic, anxiety and other emotions. I can’t really explain it, and at times it’s very difficult to understand.
Sometimes when I go out driving around with my camera, some scenes just jump out at me and I know the quote I will use. Other times I just store them in my digital library and may never use them, or it might be the perfect scene for a quote years from now.
As you may have noticed, I also use some photos to tell their own story. No quotes, just a scene that speaks for itself, a different story every time.