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Share the Joy

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I looked outside my kitchen window today and thought, wow there is a rabbit in the backyard. When I looked again, I saw that it was the way the leaves were showing against the snow and not a rabbit at all.  Interesting how the mind can take an image and rearrange it in your brain.

 

Seeing a rabbit, even though it really wasn’t there, brought a smile, and a happy feeling.  I thought of all the furry little wonders that friends  have posted, that led me to think of the friends themselves and my sister who loves rabbits and that in turn made me feel even happier.  Joy can come from anywhere at anytime, recognize it, and appreciate the moment.

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A rabbit sees a treat and checks it out.  Someone captured the moment, they managed a picture..and.. their sharing in turn brought a smile to others. that is what  sharing joy is all about.  When we are happy/ and smile it is contagious, pass it on.

Namaste    –      Oyashikiri

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Sorry my sense of humour at times has flaws.. but I thought that the person in the Nederlands had a moment of creativity here.  This picture got a chuckle from me.. and a kudos to the artist for doing something other than a snowman.

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** etsy.com -The snow winter scene 8×10

*** Telegraph.co.uk

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Comments on: "Share the Joy" (11)

  1. These are great. I especially like the one plastered to the tree. Very funny.

  2. They’re contagious!

  3. This is just breath-taking and beautiful! How is that even possible to get such great pictures?

    • there are wonderful photographers out there I like to share when I find pictures that “speak” to me.. I’m glad you enjoy them too

  4. Last pic is so funny.

  5. Great post! Thank you for sharing your mind’s jour eye through joy ☺ many thanks also for visiting my blog. Peace & light, jules

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