When you elaborate, you STOP THE ACTION and observe.  Use your five senses.      Write a 3-5 sentence elaborative segment of this setting.  Tell what you saw, heard, felt and smelled.  Do NOT write a grocery list. Use interesting words and make it entertaining!

When you elaborate, you STOP THE ACTION and observe. Use your five senses. Write a 3-5 sentence elaborative segment of this setting. Tell what you saw, heard, felt and smelled. Do NOT write a grocery list. Use interesting words and make it entertaining!

You are continuously in identification. You perceive situations through the prisms of attraction, repulsion, fear, guilt and other repressed emotions. Disidentification is the result of a profound understanding of this situation. You then move from a less mechanical to a more dynamic state. ~Alain Forget  #Love #Quotes #Self-Help

You are continuously in identification. You perceive situations through the prisms of attraction, repulsion, fear, guilt and other repressed emotions. Disidentification is the result of a profound understanding of this situation. You then move from a less mechanical to a more dynamic state. ~Alain Forget #Love #Quotes #Self-Help

15 Beautiful Photos of Amazing Waterfalls

Wow- this is Gods beauty for sure! I can only imagine standing beneath this tree while talking to God. His beauty alone would keep me in tears. God is amazing in all that he does.

.: Sync with the Great Mother to receive nourishment and enter into the unity in which all answers are met with solutions, and all potential awaits our choice of focus :.

.: Sync with the Great Mother to receive nourishment and enter into the unity in which all answers are met with solutions, and all potential awaits our choice of focus :.

this looks like where we live, only more snow and shorter trees :) seriously winter wonderland, narnia :)

this looks like where we live, only more snow and shorter trees :) seriously winter wonderland, narnia :)

Japanese maple trees - *mon dieu* - I wish these could grow where I live. Sadly, it's too hot here. I love them so.

Japanese maple trees - *mon dieu* - I wish these could grow where I live. Sadly, it's too hot here. I love them so.

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