“When we look up, it widens our horizons. we see what a little speck we are in the universe, so insignificant, and we all take ourselves so seriously, but in the sky, there are no boundaries.” ― Julia Gregson,
A MAN ABOVE IT ALL
Ever notice that when you walk down a city street absorbed in your own personal problems and concerns your eyes are either fixed solidly on the sidewalk or focused straight ahead on the oncoming foot traffic heading your way?
It may seem like a radical notion but looking up now and then may not only help you out of your current funk mental state but also offer a new awareness and appreciation for all those things that are happening right above you.
Rooftop level and above is no longer the sole domain of the stray seagull searching for something to eat or the 747 airliner making its runway approach to a nearby airport.
Life does happen above your immediate gaze and the actors involved in this above eye level scenario often go unnoticed as they go about their routine daily tasks.
Why not look up now and again and discover a new world waiting to be discovered by you?