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The Window Seat (Spiritual)| Aria

Hi! It’s Aria again. Johanna has been extremely busy these past two weeks and has asked me to take her place. And of course, me being the gracious friend I am, said yes. So without further ado, let’s get into today’s topic: The window seat on plane.  

I always (and I mean always) choose the window seat on an airplane.

There is just something about seeing the world from an elevated view of the world that brings perspective.

When you’re looking down from an airplane, even the majestic Rocky Mountains seem as though they could have been carved from God’s fingertips.

A peace settles into the soul when the world is displayed in front of you with such a vast viewpoint.

As a person who loves drinking in the world around me, I’ve noticed that It’s busy and kind of chaotic, but above all, it’s beautiful.

Sometimes all we need is to take a step back and gain perspective of the bigger picture. More particularly, our life situation.

God has the ability to bring an elevated viewpoint to circumstances. It doesn’t matter what we are to face in this life, the fact is that God stands with his hands opened every single day. Like a caring father, he wants to pick us up and help us to see things with a greater understanding. All we have to do is lift our arms in surrender and soon our previous blurry vision gains focus.

This my friends, is an amazing view that eternal perspective can bring to our lives.

In this world, it’s simply way too easy to get caught up in the materialistic things and all the stress and worry that comes with it. Look past the world as we know it.

Lately, I have joined the youth group at my Church and it has brought me so much joy and knowledge. Not only is it super fun, it has given me this stellar perspective on life.

So, are you trying to live your life with the limited view from the bottom of a canyon?

My wish for you is to let God lift you up today, high up over the treetops and mountains so you can see things from His amazing view.

“So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” – 2 Corinthians 4:18

All the love,

Aria ❤

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