Inspiring Image #78: Transient (Sarasota)



23 thoughts on “Inspiring Image #78: Transient (Sarasota)

  1. Oh Kathy this is beautiful. Thank you for sharing this photo. I get the sense that he’s just loving her. Do you as well? If you like, you’re welcome to contribute this blog post for #ForgivingFridays. Seems like such a wonderful representation of human caring beyond right and wrong (whatever that means!)
    Lots of love to you Kathy. Debbie

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    1. Thank you Debbie! You’re welcome. I’m glad you’ve received the message I was trying to convey. Love doesn’t end because of your circumstances. I have another blog, I’ve especially written just for Forgiving Fridays. I’ll link on 2/28. Love and light back to you ❤

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  2. I agree with Anika on how there are a lot of emotions captured in just one photo, without even fully seeing their faces. Makes me wonder what the circumstances are, what happened in that person’s life, what that man is saying. Raises a lot of curiosity and questions. Well captured! x

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  3. This really puts a face (two faces) on a park full of homeless people. You can ignore a faceless mass, but seeing individuals makes us more empathetic. We want to know and understand their stories. The sleeper is so peaceful-looking, as if she feels safe there. Perhaps she isn’t even aware of the other person’s presence? Very intriguing, KE. 🙂

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  4. That picture speaks volumes. There’s something so caring about the way he’s looking at her. I’m really curious wondering what story this tells. Is he asking her for something? Is he expressing affection? So many possibilities! 🙂

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