One and the Other

Am I looking for something

Or looking to be seen.


Both.

And neither.

 

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39 thoughts on “One and the Other

  1. ksbeth says:

    it works both ways –

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  2. Anie Abraxas says:

    very good illustration and good message!

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  3. ivors20 says:

    Oh, I’m just home from my Thursday Pub night out with my mates. I needed your torch, I couldn’t get the key in the front-door lock. …

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  4. Made me think of a Sunday School song “Jesus wants me for a sunbeam.” I haven’t thought of that for many, many, years, so “thanks for the memory.” Now, there’s another one!

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  5. Loved this!!!! Truly. I admire what you do with few words.
    Reminds me of a poem I did, it is called – Just Wanting to be Seen.

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  6. Anie Abraxas says:

    As I didnยดt know I looked at youtube…I love it Peter!

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  7. goldenbrodie says:

    The spotlight can be confusing. Love, Love, Love the illustration.

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  8. I like this very meaningful

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  9. crowdedmind says:

    Reblogged this on Crowded Mind and commented:
    This says it all

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  10. crowdedmind says:

    I think I like this the best of all. Hope you do not mind had to reblog it. It captures exactly how I feel in just the right amount of words.

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  11. Lovely. Truly lovely. Charlene – faithtoraisenate.com

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  12. Beautiful expressions by words. Fantastic

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  13. That is the biggest flashlight ever. Should see a lot of stuff with that. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  14. Debra says:

    I wonder which is more important to me! You’ve given me something to think about, Colleen!

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  15. jade0207 says:

    Hmmmm….this got me thinking. Maybe it is a little of both.

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  16. Clay says:

    The great paradox!

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