70 Perfectly Colorful Shots In Black and White

Sometimes black and white photos are the most colorful photographs we’ll ever see. They can paint a picture with mood and ambiance. They can turn our attention to subtle things like a look on a face. Sometimes it’s the absence of color and realizing what’s not there that makes us truly see what is.

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  • Never alone
    Do you know the legend of the Cherokee Indian youth’s rite of passage?
    His dad takes him into the forest, blindfolds, and leaves him alone. He
    is required to sit on a stump the whole night and not take off the
    blindfold until the rays of the sun shine through it. He is all by
    himself. He cannot cry out for help to anyone. Once he survives the
    night, he is a MAN. He cannot tell the other boys of this experience.
    Each lad must come into his own manhood. The boy was terrified and could
    hear all kinds of noises. Beasts were all around him. Maybe even some
    human would hurt him. The wind blew the grass and earth, and it shook his
    stump. But he sat stoically, never removing the blindfold. It was the
    only way he could become a man. Finally, after a horrific night, the sun
    appeared and he removed his Blindfold. It was then that he saw his
    father sitting on the stump next to him, at watch the entire night.

    We are never alone. Even when we do not know it, out Father is protecting
    us. He is sitting on the stump beside us. All we have to do is reach out
    to Him. Joshua 1:9. (found on Google after hearing it in church this morning)