What do you see….

We all look st things from a different perspective, because we are observing from a different place or space.

I am looking out at the sea, appreciating the calmness of the waves, the beauty of the rhythm in which it moves towards me, then away from me, gently. I love the sound so calming.

I admire the beauty of the colours I can see in the sea. The sounds I can hear,

If I were in a plane I would have a different view. Seeing a vast ocean with clouds moving in the way, I do not see the movement as I am so high up, it seems still not moving, all one colour. Mysterious and cold.

If I was a bird flying over the sea, I would have a different view. Seeing the foam of the waves bubbling as I fly over. The occasional fish jumping out of the sea, the dolphins playing in the waves just below the surface. Being aware of the direction of the wind, and having to adjust my wings or direction.

If I were a fish, swimming deep beneath the sea i imagine it would be calm, no noise, colourful, the sea bed with sand and plants floating in the sea bed. Crabs, starfish and other creatures all in the same environment.

As you can appreciate everything and everyone will not see things the same way as you do.

We must appreciate differences in other peoples opinion, as their view is not always seen from your view! Sometimes from your vantage point things or situations may seem confusing, alarming, or worrisome. Or there may be events that look insignificant from where you are standing right now.

Be appreciative of how others are seeing and feeling in the same moment you are.

Jump in the sea, dive deep down experience what the fishes would. Go up in a small plan and experience what the birds would. It is these experiences that gives us a broader perspective. That is the beauty of life.

Help, Share, Give Back….

Good morning, as I sit here at my desk not aching too much after completing a 5.5 mile walk yesterday in aid of Dementia Care, here in the UK.  I also rode to the event which is a 4 mile round trip!

One of the things that has always appealed to me has been to be able to give back to society.  Now giving back to society does not always mean in a monetary way, you can give your time, raise money through a charity event, or raise awareness in however way you can. It can be rewarding to give back to the community who has supported you in some way shape or form.   Most people dont have the spare money or time to be able to give back to society, this is why I love network marketing because it gives you the additional income that is expendable.  I gave up my gym time for this walk, but did I miss the gym, no, instead of a workout  I did a walk, met so many peope who have had the challenge of living through and are still going through the journey of a relative with dementia, it truly was delightful to have completed this walk in my mother’s memory and for those all ar

It is more blessed to give than to receive – Acts 20.35

Dementia has a special place in my heart, because my mother suffered from ‘vascular dementia’ and sadly passed away in 2016. I know first hand what it is like to live with Dementia and how it affects those around you, including the one you love who has the illness.

Dementia affects everyone in the family, even close friends.  It is a horrible illness and there are many types of illnesses associated with Dementia which you can see below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have been affected and are beginning to go through the journey of Dementia you can get more advice from this site:

United Kingdom: https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/

And if you wish to donate to the Alzheimers Society and help fight Dementia you can do so here  https://www.justgiving.com/alzheimerssoc

I hope you found value in this post, please do leave me a comment below.