Focus Is The Blur

It's There If You Look

life comes as a blur
wanting no time for focus
until it has passed

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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8 Responses to Focus Is The Blur

  1. jhanagan2014 says:

    Great photo, as always, Kurt–and certainly my experience of life. “leaving no time for focus” also works for me.

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    • Thank you for the kind words, my friend. Leaving was the first word choice that came to mind – but to me, “leaving no time for focus” makes it seems as if we have no choice in the matter, when of course, we do. :)

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  2. Beautiful photo! Very simple but powerful words. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Ava says:

    This is an intriguing thought, Kurt, and beautiful in part. But I don’t want it to be completely true, because if it is, it means I’m never fully engaged in the Now. That I live life in retrospect instead of the present. And I want to “Carpe diem” all the moments of my life. Live fully engaged in each one.

    Yet I know there is much wisdom to be gained from looking back on what has been and processing it. Perhaps we can do both? :)

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  4. Ariana Louise says:

    Powerful words!

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