I'm obsessed with a site called Pinterest, which is essentially a virtual bulletin board where you 'pin' items of interest that one might run across all over the interwebs. People can 'follow' your boards, see what you're pinning, and pin it on their own if they're so moved.
I take the time to explain this, because it isn't H.U.G.E. huge yet. And really, it is a giant time suck, wherein you can spend 3 hours pinning a zillion things that you'd like to make/do/buy someday but in all honesty will probably never ever look at outside of Pinterest.
Anyway. I've been working on a Be Still board. (To see the whole thing, you have to click that link. Or, you know, go ahead & click this one.) These are little gems that have caught my eye in all sorts of contexts; a gestalt, if you will, of the way I look at Stillness.
|A favorite path to Still|
Being the nerd that I am, I was fascinated to look at the entire thing, and notice patterns: of empty inviting seats, of still waters, of views that invite you in to their visual plane, of soft vintage color, of small moments and quiet drinks. And books. Always books.
You will all have your own images that mean Still. Even if you aren't a visual person, take just a few minutes today to think about what sort of pictures would be Still to you. Imagine it, do a quick Google search, stick up a magazine photo on your fridge. There will be something, I'm betting, that will whisper Be Still to you, every time you pass it.
Pay attention to this. It is Stillness seeking you out.