Silence + Setting = Peace

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Bridge over the Clain River, Cenon-sur-Vienne.

When you’re a night-owl like I am, early mornings don’t come naturally, although they used to when I was younger. Nonetheless, I love the early morning and when Dominic was on a 3-day Work-Practicum he had to be there by 8:00am.

Since it was located outside of Châtellerault, not only was I up early, but I was out of town. Sometimes I opted to explore on my way home and on one such morning, I discovered this bridge over the Clain River, just on the outskirts of Châtellerault.

The morning was cool and the sun had not yet truly broken over the horizon, giving a magical feel to this image, as the mist rose from the water’s surface. There was little to no traffic so between silence and setting, I experienced God’s peace in a wonderful way.

Silence and Setting
If you need to experience God’s peace today:
Aabandon the noise and the traffic. Get alone with God. Experience his peace.

God bless you and may you know his peace today!


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4 responses

  1. ‘The morning was cool and the sun had not yet truly broken over the horizon, giving a magical feel to this image, as the mist rose from the water’s surface. There was little to no traffic so between silence and setting, I experienced God’s peace in a wonderful way.’ That is beautiful. I could shut my eyes and imagine it. I am your quintessential night owl too. My father had to wake me up with splashes of water or wet fingers pressed on my eyes. Both terribly cruel methods. But nowadays I am loving this new thing of getting up early. There are so many more hours at hand 🙂

    • Hiya Dippy-Dotty … thanks so much for your comment. I appreciate your encouragement. I hear you… when I do it I always love it and think “I need to do this more often!” 🙂 I tend to work late because that’s when everyone else is asleep and there are fewer distractions. #aghhh…Torn! Here’s to many more early mornings! 🙂

      • You are welcome, Mike 🙂 If you mean by blogging, why yes. But it all depends upon the kind of time you have at hand. My husband often rolls his eyes at my attachment to blogging when I should be sitting down and giving more time to my other project. Well, I hope I can sustain these early mornings. Also a wonderful Easter to your family and you!

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