Love in the Everyday

This week, I bring you a photo essay: Love in the Everyday.
These photos hint at something greater going on.
Not chores, but love.
Love embodied.
Love inspired,
Love imbued,
and Love begotten.

Love divine from humans hands, given value and place
by a Creator that helps me see
that my life is not about
divided parts,
but a greater whole.

A breath that breathes dry bones into life.
A breath that whispers things are not about labor but fullness,
thought,
intention,
motivation,
creation,
feeling,

connection.

Love that is not stripped down and distilled into work (only then to play),
but somehow a reality infused into an integrated sense, and worth, of being.


xo Jessie
 

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