Wednesday, February 5, 2014

The Rock and the River

Statue by Celeste Roberge

“I was talking with my good friend Argenis a while back about life’s obstacles and how we deal with them,” Jim Hampton wrote. “As he was talking, in my mind flashed an image of a very ugly, craggy rock covered in uneven, sharp edges. This rock sat steadfast in a river with extremely strong and dangerous currents. I asked myself where the image came from and what it could mean. In a flash the image and what my friend was trying to tell me merged into clarity.”

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