“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” – Helen Keller
This scene lies just beyond the backyard of my in-laws’ home. Over the years, I’ve watched as what I imagine was once a sturdy barn and hard-working tractor fall victim to nature’s succession. The weeds have become overgrown, and the wind and heavy snow have caused the roof of the barn to collapse and the tractor to rust.
What is it about these scenes that tend to draw us in? Is it the question of what they may have looked like in their prime? Or is it a deeper awe of how life eventually “finds a way?”
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