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Carpe Diem!~ 365 Photos Challenge #177

Flowers bloom in the garden should immediately cut before it’s late, put in a flower vase, placed on the table as a decoration, presenting the beauty and aroma. Refreshing the eyes for a few days, some from buds to blooms and begin to wilt. Even Osho said;

 “If you love a flower, don’t pick it up.

Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love.

So if you love a flower, let it be.

Love is not about possession.

Love is about appreciation.”

But enjoy the beauty right now… Pick up the joy, happiness, and peace of the moment right now from any source of the event, with any kind of taste; Bitter, sweet, sour or salty or even tasteless. Take the opportunity that comes blatantly or undercover, from all circumstances, all actions, all actions of reaction, not because tomorrow there is no equal opportunity but because happy not worth delayed!

Obsoleta, obsolete!

A wilted flower which no longer attractive before eyes, because it is obsolete than the place is a trash bin or, if wise, drill and make it as a natural fertilizer.

Outdated paradigms, worn-out ways, outdated concepts, outdated ideas and outdated things have to be discarded, the trash can is the most suitable container for it. The obsolete will rot, do not save the damaged because we like the damage or deliberately in order to always steal energy from other sources.

Unless it is eligible for repair, the damaged is essential for immediate attention and sufficient effort to be immediately useful, especially regarding our nature.

To be wise we should not be obsolete!

To be happy we should not be obsolete!

Let’s be happy!

But don’t forget to distinguish the eternal with something that obsolete easily, which one invalid forever, something that should always be updated…

What do you think?

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  1. Words of wisdom that reach the soul, that impact and motivate. I like this reflection, but I want to highlight this: “Love is not about possession, it is about appreciation” I congratulate you for your excellent publication.

  2. Powerful reminder for all to read. I bring roses in every to enjoy both inside and outside. Too bad I cannot do the same with bluebirds. Thanks for reminding us life is precious and should be enjoyed by being happy and grabbing each moment we can.

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