This summer I spent many mornings eating breakfast at my fig tree. Divine! The interesting thing about a fig tree, is that the figs don't all ripen at once. New fruits come out each day as the older fruits are ripening. When eating straight from the tree, the trick is to find them ripe enough, but not too ripe.
One morning I saw the perfect fig. I knew it would be a taste of Heaven. I moved in close between the branches and leaves. As I got closer, it just disappeared! How could it be? I moved out again and saw it. So I knew that when I moved in closer, something blocked my view as it seemed to disappear. What a metaphor for our goals and dreams in life.
You may know clearly what your goals and dreams are. You may be taking action in the direction of your goals and dreams. Then, as you think you are moving closer, all signs of actualizing it seem to disappear.
Just because you don't see your goal as close as you thought you were to it, does not mean your heart's desire is not there.
Try changing your perspective, move about (in thoughts or actions or both). You'll see it, maybe closer than you thought!
Photo by me one morning at breakfast. :-)
With gratitude to the Creator of figs, cameras, and all of life!