The Sands of Time
Many of us often think of an hour-glass when picturing “the sands of time,” as time was once measured by the slow drip of sand through a small pinch-point in a glass container.
When comparing the effect that time has had on this woman’s face to its effect on the natural landscape of our earth, it’s hard to overlook the similarities: the shadows and light, the peaks and valleys. These are etched across her face as much as they make up the shifting sands of a desert over time.
Times of goodness: light and peaks in life are inter-connected to times of troubles: shadows found in the valleys across both the woman’s face and the sandy landscape.
As we become Refined by Age,™ these life experiences become as much a part of each human being’s “landscape” as the wind becomes part of the earth’s landscape. Life experiences, like the wind, leave their mark and move on.
In each is a beauty to behold – a tale of solid, fluidity: body and spirit, sand and wind.