The beauty in simplicity

Just a short post to wish each and every one of my readers a loving and thankful day tomorrow with your families. I am finding as I continue on down my road in life that keeping things simple and meaningful means so much more to me. If we ditch the complexities in life we are able to see the true meaning in things shine through where once they were obscured by an unnecessary fog. Now we are able to connect more deeply with what truly matters to us. As my son grew up out of the Santa stage into manhood we stopped the Christmas tree and ten thousand lights and tinsel and we went with just plain greens and lots of beautiful flickering candles. The simplicity of it was so engaging and welcoming. For our Thanksgivings we stopped the ten thousand different dishes that crowded the table and took up all the room. We switched to just the bare essentials that hold meaning for us now and filled the table with the candles instead.  It was romantic and so pleasing to the eye and meant so much more to us. It seems we have all over indulged in so much over the years, the true meaning of what we were doing was sometimes lost. I am hoping you all have wonderful tables of joy and peace and love tomorrow and may we all say a prayer for those less fortunate if we have no other way to give to them. Happy Thanksgiving!!!

Blessings to each and every person who visits here.



About Visionkeeper

I am a seeker and a visionary with a strong desire to see the world move beyond the darkness and oppression and shift forward into light and higher consciousness. It is my earthly mission to offer hope to the world and awaken the slumbering people so that we may all come together and co-create a loving and compassionate world.
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4 Responses to The beauty in simplicity

  1. Rooha Tariq says:

    Amazing post !

    Happy Thanks giving 🙂

  2. suzicate says:

    Lovely photo and post.

    • Visionkeeper says:

      Thanks Suzicate….Have a wonderful day with your family. Hope you’re over the swamp fever:) VK

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