To the ground when looking for the earth’s gifts.
To the sky when seeking the wisdom of the universe, constellations or the beauty of the moon.
To the horizon at sunset when the mountains meet the sea like two lovers in a long embrace.
But where do you gaze when you don’t want to see?
When up, down and beyond offer no invitation?
This is where imagination can be a refuge, and a lack of sight can offer the beauty lacking in your immediate world.
Turn your eyeballs into your mind and pull the memory of a place you want to see down like a shade over a window.
This is where you can gaze when the outside world does not impress.
Dr. Andra Brosh August 17th, 2016