Weekly Photo Challenge: PATTERN (2)

Still at the bank:

A Pattern of Days

It never struck me like this before — but a schedule is a kind of pattern too. Speaking of the patterns of one’s life, it’s something else to take into consideration!

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10 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: PATTERN (2)

  1. Pauline says:

    If it’s true that we determine meaning in chaos by recognizing patterns, then the one posted is very helpful 😉

  2. Creatures of habits, no doubt our daily footprints create the most intricate of patterns!

  3. I’m trying to develop a greater appreciation for the patterns of daily living. Regularly scheduled appointments and tasks give order to life, yet the life of a free spirit is always calling to me.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Truth is — if you’re like most people — you need both.
      You know, the roots and wings idea. Wings are always more appealing, but it’s much easier to get lost.

  4. Outside the box. Cool!

  5. Stef says:

    Terrific point! Mathematicians assert that even a tiny shift in degree (as in, .00000000001) carried out over a long space (or time) will result in the body in motion arriving at a completely different location than that of its original trajectory. Something to keep in mind, and to take advantage of should the situation call for it…

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Nice to know that an intuition I’ve long had has mathematical support, that is, that very great change can be occasioned by even a small shift, and constancy.

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