Phlowers – Shine

    I picked a humble dandelion puff yesterday and held it toward the sky to study its many facets.

    What a difference it made to lift a flower puff into the rays of the sun. Each cypsela and calyx (seeds) reflected the light; sunbeams radiating off of the puff were the result.

    It reminded me that if I dwell in the holy light of Jesus and accept his saving grace for my own I can be a reflection of him no matter how humble my life and witness. To that thought, I say a big, “HALLELUJAH & AMEN!”

    Since the Dandelion can thrive in difficult conditions, it is no wonder that people say the flower symbolizes the ability to rise above life’s challenges.
    ~ The Meaning of Flowers

    When I pick a dandelion puff and blow the seeds into the wind, I feel young and full of laughter again.

    This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine,
    This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine,
    This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine,
    Let it shine, Let it shine, Let it shine.
    ~ Folk Melody

10 thoughts on “Phlowers – Shine

  1. Beautiful! I love dandelions ! They are called a weed but are of tremendous value to you’re liver! Drinking dandelion tea is so very good for u!
    You’re picture made me think of this….
    “Lift yourself up to the Son and look how beautiful you can be for the world!”

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    1. Timelesslady

      Thanks Anne. I like being able to see the small stems in the first, but I am drawn to the one with the light. There are small sunbeams reflecting towards the upper left corner, but they are hard to see on the blog photo.

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