Looking Through The Lens Of A Vintage Camera

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I am looking through a vintage camera lens trying to capture the important things. But sometimes it is no use. Time is a blur of everyday life, full of business and stress. I look through the lens into a world of doing and not doing, working, singing, dancing, and living.

I look through the lens of the camera and see who people really are on the inside, no judgments and no stereotypes. I see myself through someone else’s eyes, one star the size of a grain of sand in an ever expanding universe full of  grains of sand, in a desert full of integrated and diverse cultures.

Forget the media, forget the rumors you hear, just live and except others. Forget about the politics pulling people apart at the seams of their once flawless tapestry. Forget about what other people tell you. You are one grain of sand , and that one grain of sand represents a star in the ever expanding universe of sand. You are a part of the desert of diverse and integrated cultures that makes you and this universe unique.

© Boundless Daydreams
In response to: Three Line Tales Week Forty Five by Sonya
Image: Grant McCurdy via Unsplash

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