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Inspirational Photos and Quotes (#126-150) These are inspirational photos and quotes from calendars featuring Sister Who.  In each case, the intention was to create an image and a caption which one could ponder for an entire month and potentially find insight and inspiration from the first day of the month all the way to the last–consequently, many of the captions include metaphorical possibilities which are applicable to a wide range of circumstances and situations.  They are included within this website in the hope that they may yet be empowering and helpful, far beyond their initial creation and purpose.  Click on the small photo to see an enlarged copy of it.
sw126:  Mount Antero summit
sw126:  Mount Antero; 14,269'; August 9, 2011. 
sw127:  standing on a mountain summit, hands spread in prayer
sw127:  "If the journey to a mountain's summit is both an inward and an outward one–filling us with awe–then I believe we have been blessed to touch the fingertips of God."       – Sister Who
sw128:  hands and skirt spread, whirling in celebration next to a monument to five different civil rights activists
sw128:  "Emotion is the outward expression of the inward connection with the circumstances, persons, and events which tell the story of each step of our lives."       – Sister Who
sw129:  on one knee next to a cemetary memorial stone of an angel
sw129:  "Time is the dimension of experience which limits our bodies but can never contain the entirety of our spirits, thereby presenting each moment as a gift to be utilized, remembered, and treasured."   -- Sister Who
sw130:  hiking through a high mountain meadow with a mountain summit in the distance
sw130:  "Without mountains to climb and wilderness to cross, our journeys would quickly become flat and meaningless."       -- Sister Who
sw131:  on showshoes on a large snowfield
sw131:  "Standing on ice, plodding through snow, and progressing in spite of adversity, I travel to a new place and thereby become a new person."       – Sister Who
sw132:  on a dogsled pulled by an Old English Sheepdog
sw132:  "Working together, we can find joy, then love, then life with meaning, purpose, and possibility."  – Sister Who
sw133:  on a kick-scooter within an urban park
sw133:  "Balance within simultaneous stillness and motion, is synonymous with nurturing development while waiting patiently for it to happen."       – Sister Who
SW134:  Driving a golf cart decorated with vines and purple flowers
sw134:  "Whenever possible, make the journey into a parade of whatever beauty is available." – Sister Who
sw135:  riding on a running white horse
sw135:  "For thousands of years, the abilities of other creatures have been our own whenever we have moved harmoniously, respectfully, and lovingly with them."       – Sister Who
sw136:  hitchhiking with a guitar case and purple shoulder-bag on a highway on-ramp
sw136:   "In the midst of life's uncertainties, we are still the best resource that we have."  – Sister Who
sw137:  in a canoe near the edge of a calm lake, next to cottonwood trees
sw137:  "Moving peacefully, wisely, and deliberately, one may float through circumstances which would otherwise be impassable."       – Sister Who
sw138:  riding a motorcycle at a moderate speed
sw138:  "Power is only good when integrated with awareness, expertise, and healthy relationship."  – Sister Who
sw139:  running within an urban park while wearing jump boots
sw139:  "By applying and responding to pressure, I can wisely empower each step."       – Sister Who
sw140:  riding bicycle in an urban wilderness-oriented park
sw140:  "What we give to life is multiplied within everything we touch; so by giving more, we travel farther."       – Sister Who
sw141:  roller skating within an urban wilderness-oriented park
sw141:  "The journey is not always secure, peaceful, or controlled, but we will get there, if we commit ourselves to moving forward."       – Sister Who
sw142:  downhill skiing very fast with a mountain visible in the distance
sw142:  "What is frozen and cold may yet carry us along, if we learn how its hidden strength can hold us up."       – Sister Who
sw143:  on one knee, weeding a flowerbed, next to a wheelbarrow
sw143:  "Relationship is that inescapable interconnection that both burdens us with tasks of maintenance and blesses us with opportunities for growth."   – Sister Who
sw144:  seated at a desk, reading a card and writing a letter
sw144:  "Thoughts are potentially both adversaries and allies, waiting for a sign from us to tell them where to go, what to do, and most importantly what to mean."       – Sister Who
sw145:  walking on a trail through a somewhat wilderness area populated by numerous trees
sw145:  "Actions are like trees:  they have roots that are often unseen, consequences which flutter like leaves in the wind, and enduring substance which may be forgotten or overlooked but can never be undone."  – Sister Who
sw146:  one foot up on a bench, tying the shoelaces of the boot
sw146:  "Honesty is that quality of communication which frees us from the laborious task  of presenting ourselves as something which we are not, strengthens us for all that we can do, and allows us to see and hear and taste and smell and touch all of the beauty that life has to offer."      – Sister Who
sw147:  crossing a medium-large suspension bridge, with wilderness below
sw147:  "Faith is the reason for new beginnings, the appreciation of what is not seen, and the bridge between who (and what) we are and that which is completely beyond us."   – Sister Who
sw148:  ""The chime that calls the soul to worshipis the bridge between body and spirit." – Sister Who
sw149:  "Let every song be heard as the clarion call of a living soul."  – Sister Who
sw150:  "Touching the string while it is tightly stretched, allows it to sing." – Sister Who
sw148: tapping a tabletop chime with a small stick sw149:  blowing a long trumpet on a mountain bluff sw150:  playing a harp Photos 1-25 Photos 26-50 Photos 51-75 Photos 76-100 Photos 101-125 Photos 126-150 Photos 151-175 Photos 176-200 Photos 201-225 Photos 126-150