Thursday, 9 August 2007

The Skill

It requires skill to make a puzzle. To make a clear image out of pieces. To have patience and persistence. To know where you are heading to.
Making something whole and complete. To find the joy when the impossible turns into the possible and all the pieces are being located. To mend the broken pieces.

The skill of living is much like making puzzles. It demands a lot, but you have no choice, you have to complete it.
And find the joy. Otherwise your puzzle won’t be finished.


The weekly challenge for Thursday Challenge is Skill


Mick said...

Beautifully expressed - as you always seem to do, Susu. Plus, the puzzle was fun to solve and I received a most wonderful reward ... your photograph. :)

SusuPetal said...

So, the puzzle was not too difficul:)

The net is full of interesting and funny things to do!

sivuaskel said...

Thank You, you are The Best! : "The skill of living is much like making puzzles... Making something whole..." Thanks for this "ihania naisia rannalla"-puzzle!! The Life Is! More than we never could imagine!

SusuPetal said...

"Ihania naisia rannalla". Niin juuri, Sivuaskel! That is life, a whole adventure:)

Peter said...

I also managed! I believe I have a problem with my connection to the blogging tonight, but it took considerable time to upload - actually everything is slow.

Surprising game! I will come back tomorrow and see if the system is quicker!

SusuPetal said...

The system should be quicker, Peter. Have a nice weekend, I'm off to my paradise in the afternoon!

hpy said...

I just came back after a day on the road (looking for water towers!)- it was nice to play a little, but now DD is expecting me for dinner. Bye bye. I'll come back tomorrow if I don't catch the road again.

KennethSF said...

Sometimes I think the fun is in the game itself, not just the prize. I like the kind of travel where the journey itself is the purpose, not the destination. Maybe life is just a puzzle that's meant to be played over and over, not solved.

But I couldn't resist this one, so I solved it. :-)

SusuPetal said...

Oh, you're so busy, HPY!

As a puzzle, life is also tempting, Kenneth, and the solution isn't the purpose, but the prosess doing, living, true.