Monday, February 14, 2011

On Seeing the World Upside Down: From blah to aah

Seeing the world upside down is something that kids get to do more than adults.
The young adults of Egypt have certainly turned the world upside down. Thank God!
Whatever suffering and turmoil the years immediately ahead may hold, however dark the immediate circumstances, the Bahá’í community believes that humanity can confront this supreme trial with confidence in its ultimate outcome. Far from signalizing the end of civilization, the convulsive changes towards which humanity is being ever more rapidly impelled will serve to release the “potentialities inherent in the station of man” and reveal “the full measure of his destiny on earth, the innate excellence of his reality”.
I turned a couple of nondescript "blah" photos from my Foulweather Bluff set upside down, doctored them, and got these. Kinda pretty.
This is how they looked before doctoring with Picasa. -gw

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