A Walk at Sunset Offers a New Perspective on Relationships

Ladder leading to pictureThis post is part of the “Step Into Pictures” series that offers you a new way to explore both difficult relationships and those you treasure. Visit the Step Into Pictures Archive to learn more about it.

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A Falkner Sunset by Lynne Fearman

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If you’ve had a bit more snow or cold where you live, you may want to pay particular attention to this picture by my friend Lynne Fearman.

It expresses far more soft, comfortable temperatures than the eastern part of the country has been having this month. That’s putting it mildly.

In any case, I hope you can visualize walking down the road at the end of a day, with a stillness in the air and lengthening shadows. I hope you can imagine bringing along someone with whom you have had problems, and imagine discussing them in a place where you don’t have reminders of your conflicts. Perhaps here your positions will soften a bit.there is no evidence of conflict. You may discover your problems have softened a bit.

Perhaps you could also imagine walking companionably with a friend.

Who would you invite to join you in this picture?

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