My brother Steve is two years younger than me. Out of all five of us siblings, he and I are the most aligned philosophically. He’s an interesting fellow, someone with whom I wish I could spend more time. We’re a thousand miles away from each other and I miss him.
He posted a blog today that I wanted to share with you: Patience, Alignment, Appreciation. My brother is a wonderful photographer, so the pictures are worth the trip to his blog. But please stop to read the blog, too. Steve put himself through the School of Hard Knocks. He’s always done things his way. I haven’t been in his life as much as I wish, but when I have I’ve tried to be a good big sister. I’ve held him when it would help, and let him fall when that’s what he’s needed the most. Now I get to celebrate the wonderful person he is. I love the words of wisdom he shares in his blog today.
What I love best about my brother is that he has dedicated his life to teaching people about the natural beauty around them, something we all need more of in this fast paced, artificial world we live in. Until recently he’s been living and working at America’s Grand Canyon, one of the greatest of natural wonders in the world. He’s now working at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah. If you’d like to see more of his photography, you can follow his photography blog.
Peace, love and beauty (along with cyber hugs) to all of you!
Hi. I’m Chris. I’m an introvert. All of my postings tend to reflect my introvert world in some way or another. Join me and like minded introverts for a special slant on the world.