Saturday, October 11, 2008

Another Interesting Photo..

I thought this was an interesting little story from Boston.com news..on Oct.1st..
People started seeing this image of the Virgin Mary, on the hospital window in Springfield, MA..
They are now removing the window and say it is caused from a build up of chemical deposits..
You know, it doesn't matter what it is from..In today's times, if this image give someone hope, happiness or a little peace..I am all for it.
There are things in our life that happen and they are only meant for you..Some may think they are a coincidence..but someone told me once.."there are no coincidences"...
Have a Happy Saturday...


Till next time, keep looking up..

11 comments:

littlebird said...

i guess we all see what we want to see, or perhaps what we need to see : )

Any Occasion Boutique said...

I love this post! Everything does happen for a reason. How sad that they are going to remove the window...why remove hope?

Kala Pohl Studio said...

Love the story - reminds me that it is all in the eye of the beholder, isn't it? How we choose to see things in life:)

Hey Harriet said...

I like that saying 'there are no coincidences' because things do happen for a reason. An interesting story. Thanks for sharing it :)

manamoon said...

Oh I agree with you completely, there's a meaning behind everything and special gifts can be found everywhere if we're only willing to see them. I'm so glad you're eyes are open and you share your insights with us all.

Music Luva Mutha said...

Amen, girlfriend!!! xo

Lily Hydrangea said...

I wish they wouldn't remove the window! If only they could at least keep it somewhere else for people to come & look at.

Sweet Repose said...

Hmmm, chemical build-up...there could be a message there...acid rain perhaps...could be a sign. It's all how we perceive the dramas around us.

sharon

kim* said...

i don't see it...

i dont know why theyd remove the window just clean it off haha

Jenn said...

We used to live in Springfield, MA for about 4 years. It is a very depressed city with rampant poverty and a higher level of crime than I care to think about. We were always safe and were never victims of anything bad however (except the declining house prices). We have not been back there in well over a year now and since we had no close relationships in the area we will likely never get back. To hear a story like this one makes me happy to think that the residents of this city could potentially benefit from the protection of a greater force; hopefully tourism will boost their economy while many make the journey to Spfld to see the image in the glass.

Carol said...

I agree wholeheartedly: There are no coincidences! Great post!