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Solitude hiding in sargassum…

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Thank You, God, for the sanctuary of camouflage. When honesty is raw, when judgment is harsh, when exposure might lead to death as we know it.

Thank You that we can be ourselves with You…and with those rare few who judge not.

There is no solitude but in You.

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I invite you to share a few contrasts in my world by the sea, for this week’s Photo Challenge:

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Sargassum: Golden, life-supporting treasure of the sea

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Lined Seahorse (Hippocampus erectus)

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Florida Horse Conch (Triplofusus giganteus)

Hey, God – You have created some of life’s most profound contrasts. Good and evil, heaven and earth, wisdom and folly, to name a few.

But my favorite contrasts are the concrete ones that require little more than awestruck attention, the ones we can simply enjoy in the moment, beholding the beauty and wonder of Your creation.

Thanks, God, for the magical, interdependent web of life You created, where contrasts complement each other and are necessary for perfection and often delicate balance.

Thank You for the contrasts in our lives that You provide which foster growth, perspective and harmony.

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