2 thoughts on “Ten Years Later

  1. Grand Central Station in NYC. I took it a while back on a road trip.

    I love the contrast between the still flag and the implied, hurried movement of the people below. I think it somewhat captures the realism of tragedies- life refuses to stop. We raise our monuments and then scramble back to the office to meet our deadlines. A doctor has to break the news of a unsuccessful surgery to a family then catch the elevator up a few floors and announce- “It’s a girl!” The juxtaposition is hard to deal with. That’s why I take great comfort in 1 Peter 5:7- “Casting all your anxiety on Him because it matters to Him concerning you.”

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