Rock or Water – Part 1 with Mr2020

Hey mate,

Rock or water? Which do you choose to be today?

Like a river, will you flow around obstacles, determined to get to your destination, letting no one and nothing stop you?

Like a cloud, will you rise up in the sky, to comfort, to inspire and to uplift?

Like the rain, will you quench the thirst of those who you touch?

Indian Creek
Indian Creek -
Or will you be like the rock? Heavy, dull, stuck in the mud. Waiting for someone to kick you free?

Let me know! And look for part 2 tomorrow!

Mr Twenty Twenty
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By Twenty Twenty

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1 comment

  1. I like to be a rock that plays with the water and contributes to the flow of the stream. A rock the helps the stream learn to make sounds gives the water a voice as we play. A rock that likes to play with the water and gets polished and smooth and shaped as I help shap the flow. I would like to be the rock that can dance and tumble and rock-n-roll with the flowing water.

    Some rocks can be stuck in the mud… And some waters get stuck in little pools and start to get stale and smell.

    I belive a rock and the water in a living stream can dance and contribute and share with each other so the both can be inspired and engage and develop in the wonderful ways they can play move and change each other together.

    Being the stinky stale water would suck and the rock on the mud seems to be waiting for something. Both with a little freedom to express their nature in stinky and stuck ways and in tumbling dancing and playful way too.

    Isn’t nature wonderful!

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