Whether the “wild” is in the cracks of the concrete, on the banks of a river, or 12,000 feet above sea level, beauty still finds a way to emerge and flourish.
We can learn important lessons from this given the “wild” that we’re currently living in: a deadly disease, a divided country, a hurting society, an uncertain economy, and much more. But despite this proverbial wilderness, beauty still finds a way to emerge and flourish.
The question for us is, can we see it? Are we stopping periodically to reflect on our growth? Do we have people who can tell us where we’re flourishing and how? Are we surprising ourselves by things we’re saying or doing? Are we taking “pictures” of this beauty?
Once again, we’re not that different from wildflowers.