How we adapt and adjust to the changes around us says a lot about how we manage/cope in life. This Panda was not deterred by a bit of snow.
These roses were spotted by a photographer (@Reuters/Cathal McNaughton) pushing through the snow after a storm in a city cemetery in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 1.14.15
With the snow came promises of a toboggan ride, it was a great adventure, building snow forts, snowmen, skating, in the young there is just the innocence of a new adventure. (Pitlochry, central Scotland 1.14.15) (Reuters,Russell Cheyne)
Even grown ups can have a good time, how we see and perceive the day is how we will proceed. Our perspective determines the outcome of our day/nights. These men are enjoying their fun in Pyeongchang-gun,South Korea (Getty Images)
This of course is would could be in store if we are not focused and being aware of the road we are traveling during or after a winter storm has descended on us. (Reuters,cathal McNaughton, Ireland)
This is all that could be seen of buildings and cars during a heavy smog day from an observatory tower in Beijing, I’d heard of the smog there, but not seen just how heavy and dense it is.
Is this how we want to live our lives, do we want to wear face masks when we step outside our doors. This is how people in Beijing have to protect their lungs during polluted days in their city.
This beautiful picture was taken in Tuscaloosa, Alabama after winter weather plunged the area into a deep freeze and broke records Jan.8.2015. note the clear blue skies, and how the light makes the ice and snow look picture pretty. (Michelle Lepianka Carter/Tuscaloosa News/AP Photo)
PL. Precept # 7 Everything Exists in Relativity
Namaste – Oyashikiri