A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

I ran across this picture last week and have looked at it daily since I found it. It resonates with me because I believe that is me. That’s me writing in my comfy clothes, with my books, candles, and in a perfect world, a live plant. I’m not sure where I am. The buildings look somewhat familiar but I can’t place them. For now, I’m believing it’s the Georgia State Capitol building that has a gold dome. The story of how the gold dome got gold is due to the gold rush, and it was just that a rush in 1829 when gold was discovered in north Georgia, Dahlonega to be exact. Dahlonega is part of the Blue Ridge region, Cherokee country.

If I’m looking at it from a point of symbolism, I believe I’ve struck gold. I have found a gold mine in my life. I have found those with gold hearts, and gold within me. I also believe I am the God’s golden child. I’ve been picked to serve my purpose and help heal others. If you haven’t watched the movie The Golden Child with Eddie Murphy, I encourage you to watch it to make this more meaningful.

I want to believe that is a church or a spiritual temple beside it, to the right. It’s my place of hope, peace, tranquility, and love. It’s my source of being the best version of me. And see the moon? It’s the waning crescent that represents restoring your thoughts and intentions. Looks like the stars are lined up in my favor.

I’m going to continue to meditate and study this picture and see what else speaks to me but for now, I’m believing what I see and what resonates with me. As I have said many many times, pay attention to the signs. They are everywhere.

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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