Maybe it’s because I’m getting old, or just sentimental, but I’ve been noticing that Singapore is blessed with fascinating sunsets on most days.
And I’ve been telling my kids, the clouds make them happen. How thin, how puffy, high or low, cloud formations largely contribute to those dramatic sunsets. And if they really do think about it, the dark, heavy ones always have the potential to bring out the most intense and interesting sunsets.
I hope they get the point I was trying to make though, that clouds – the challenges, they can make life beautiful, spectacular even…
Enjoy the photos below. 🙂
For me, sunsets evoke feelings of peace, rest and stillness. But most of all, they naturally and instantly bring a sense of deep gratitude.
Gratitude not only for the obvious privileges I have, but really more for the warm hugs of my 12-year-old child when he says ‘I’m done with my homework, Mum, I need a hug now,’ or the unconditional love of my teenage son after I chided him, or, being able to fetch my hubby from work early, in time for him to catch the sky burst into a spectacular display of colours.
How about you, what does the sunset mean for you… xoxo