Timshel Moments (continued)

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I do believe most of us see the same things but at slightly different angles. I think this applies to “thou mayest” interpretation of events, words, observations, things etc. There is no right-or-wrong . It is what it is to each of us because the essence of timshel remains the same…choice. For example, from a historical (past) perspective, one of the most powerful influences for me that incorporates thou mayest interpretation is Viktor Frankl’s book, “Man’s Search for Meaning”. This true story encompasses his choice(s) while a prisoner in a World War II Nazi concentration camp. I highly recommend this classic.

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*Thanks to renowned photographer Cole Thompson, LaPorte, Colorado for sharing  these photos.  My interpretation…… a TIMSHEL MOMENT in the Rockies.

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