One day I decided to research tears on the Internet. Tears are a part of my life still; and, I sought more information on the general topic of tears. As I wrote on my blog, https://roadtofreedomandpeace.com/an-unpaved-road/:

“Over the years, I have learned to acknowledge tears as a friend of sort. Tears are a release for me. They originate from sadness, tension, and/or joy.”

In my researching, I discovered Rose-Lynn Fisher. She is a photographer who took pictures of tears through an optical microscope. It captivated me. I would not have thought of photographing tears. The uniqueness of tears in these pictures reminded me of the uniqueness of snowflakes as well as the uniqueness of each of us as human beings. What a creative idea to photograph tears! Here is Rose-Lynn Fisher’s website link:


Many of us, myself included, get stuck at times.  Maybe you are in a career field that doesn’t fulfill you anymore. Maybe you are in a relationship that is not healthy for you. Maybe you never really had a career and are stuck being unemployed or in a dead-end job. Maybe you are stuck in a spiritual manner.


Thinking outside the box.

Allowing your imagination to freely roam.

Are you stuck? Where are you stuck? How can you use creativity to your advantage?

When time permits, sit and take a deep breath …. Relax … Let your thoughts flow to creative options. You might be surprised!

Or, in the next few days, let your mind wander. Be open to possibilities …

Possibly talk to a friend who knows you well or contact me, as a life coach. Sometimes a fresh look from a person who does not know you well may provide a fresh, unique perspective.

“When a person realizes he has been deeply heard, his eyes moisten. I think in some real sense he is weeping for joy. It is as though he were saying, “Thank God, somebody heard me. Someone knows what it’s like to be me”

― Carl R. Rogers

In the meantime, until we connect again, take care of yourself!!