Friday, May 04, 2012

Spring Day

When a bubble pops, it's either followed by laughter or by sadness. When we are young, we laugh while we pop bubbles; the pure joy of simply popping the bubbles which surround us. Then at a certain age, we get surrounded by a bubble which can be 'popped' by others. "Thanks for popping my bubble!" This usually causes sadness. Be young again and laugh when your bubble pops. It shows you a new direction and helps you realize that you were never stuck in a bubble to being with.

4 comments:

Merlyn said...

Bubbles make me think of soup. Yes, the soap bubbles do pop! But even more important is that we get "clean"!

Haku said...

Even though the soap has bubbles, when you pop those bubbles it's still soap. Our choices can make us see ourselves dirty but under that layer is always our inherently clean self. I think that's what drives us to want the dirt to fall away; to see that clarity again.

Merlyn said...
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Merlyn said...

What's truly amazing, however, is that some people don't want to be clean. They think/feel that dirty is cool. What up with that?