“How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.”
~ Wayne Dyer
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Great quote Eliza and was so engrossed in the colours but see you have captured a spider waiting for the fly to be ensnared. Very apt again!
Thank you, Julie. 🙂
What people think of me is their business. What I think of me is MY business!
Is your spider after the fly?
I think given the opportunity, the spider would be happy to snack on the fly!
Great shot and great quote.
Thank you very much. 🙂
Love this green colours and the quote as well.
Beautiful picture, and so fitting for the quote!
Thank you, Mary!
Thanks for that reminder from Wayne Dyer!
I’m wondering if the spider is lying in wait for the fly, or is the fly lying in wait for the spider, or are they BFFs just hanging out together? At the moment you “captured” them, they’re clearly just hanging out.
I think the spider is inviting the fly into her parlor… ;-D
Reblogged this on Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie.
Thank you for the reblog!
Great quote Eliza and lovely photo too
What a great shot, and a great quote. Beautiful, Eliza. 🙂
Thank you, Robin. I was concentrating on the spider and then the fly came along and made it such a different shot! Lucky one. 🙂
So cute!! I love this photo! The spider looks like s/hes up to no good! Lol And I love how you captured the little fly on the edge. That’s a great quote. However we react to situations is contributing to our habits and future actions and feelings. Each thing we do is like “planting seeds” that will later blossom. The more good acts we perform, the more our minds get in the habit of feeling goodness and doing good. That’s why it’s important to act with good intentions, even in situations it may seem hard or not important, because each little thing we do adds up and imprints our minds and puts energy out into the uni-verse. This is a great reminder! 😀 Thanks for sharing!
Many thanks, Kim. 🙂
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