If you haven’t a window
To the world
Are you looking at?
I love this!
Thank you!!! 🙂
🙂 Thank you!
Maybe, their own reflection ? ☺
Ah…..well THAT I did not consider! 😉
I think I’m looking in at you!
Being on the other side of the window gives ME something to look at too 😉
That’s good! What’s sad is that many people who do have a window to the world refuse to open the blinds.
That’s a horrible truth.
Some people never look outside, let alone a window.
Another sad truth Tess.
Love this. Look outside! Better yet go outside.
“Better Yet” indeed!!!! 🙂
We need to see.
There you go again, Colleen! Pointing with a fresh perspective. 🙂 We need to get out of “ourselves” these days more than ever. Looking “out” is a way to begin!
🙂 Thank you Debra! I appreciate you all getting my message. 🙂
What I would see may not necessarily be what others would see. I like to imagine all good and happy. I refuse to be disappointed that this may not be the case all the time.
That’s a great way to be April, it echoes my own thoughts and feelings. Thank you!
If we don’t look out for each other then we are lost. Sadly, some seem to only be looking at “selfies”!
Good point Peter. Though I have to admit, I see a small contingency of youngers who seem to be disenchanted with the technology. And shy away from it. It’s encouraging.
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