Turn Your Back

It’s not always an easy world to exist in.

Sometimes you just have to turn your back on the world.

And find a moment’s peace.

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Maybe more of us should.

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35 thoughts on “Turn Your Back

  1. Nothing wrong with taking a break every now and then Colleen! ❤
    Diana xo

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  2. Kentucky Angel says:

    Oh yes Colleen. I’ve turned my back several times, and always felt better when I turned around again.

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  3. Great message. Did you take this picture?

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  4. JoelF says:

    So meaningful……also love the photo..

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  5. babysteps22 says:

    I think I take this too seriously. I always have my back facing the world. Sometimes I peek and then regret doing so and swiftly return to my position. 😉

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  6. I think it is healthy for our mind to turn around sometimes Colleen.

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  7. Yes, we should! 🙂

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  8. Cynthia says:

    I love this picture too. Great message! Recharge, rejuvenate, perspective check:)

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  9. niaaeryn says:

    That is not a bad idea at times. A break is nice now and then.

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  10. Gibber says:

    Is that you with your back turned because dress?

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  11. Anonymous says:

    Beautiful marriage of thoughts and photo, Chatter Master!

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  12. Oooh love the photo. I often feel if I stood exactly like your grand, I would shut it all out. My youngest tends to do it often. She returns quite recharged. I need to turn my back a wee bit more.

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  13. markbialczak says:

    Let’s all look at what’s in front of her, MBC. I needed this perspective today, my friend.

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  14. johncoyote says:

    I agree. Good to escape real world and find peace in things like water, the forest or a open field. Thank you for sharing your outstanding poetry.

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  15. reocochran says:

    I like this photograph, Colleen. She represents the human spirit. To me, pioneers were so sure and she seems this way, of herself. I love confidence!
    I did not notice any gaps. You don’t take much of a “break. 🙂

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