Gave myself a dose of photography one day, a natural therapy I learned when triggers of depression surged.
This season when rainy days are frequent, makes the afternoons in my home in Cordillera so gloomy. I noticed that this yellow allamanda peeking through the fences searching for a tiny ray of light. It never ceased to be bright!
When gray skies shroud our days, just wait, stick around, light is just behind the clouds waiting to touch down the ground.
Post-O-Graph# 10: Flawed but valuable. “Some days you may feel worthless, remember, you may be flawed but you are valuable.” by @IntrvrtdPyrld. Baguio City. (A nature photography challenge photo. Taken 2016)
“Flawed but valuable”
Those who love nature, accept its flaws.
Even God’s valuable creations are made with imperfections; yet still, we are loved!
As people, our flaws may be physical limitations, weaknesses, lack of skills or intelligence but we are loved by a Creator who serves as our strength, who knows our best and uses us for a purpose.
Little birds, withering grass, and unscented flowers are all made by The Mighty. They do not have to be perfect but they lived and persisted; they exist for a reason and so do we.
Some days you may feel worthless, remember, you may be flawed but you are valuable.