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Worlldly Word 16

Goodness...yesterday seemed to have gotten away from me...so today I blog twice.  It was a traveling kind of day...Dance lessons, run to Wisconsin, search for a lamp...couple of furniture stores and a Hobby Lobby and Dinner and then finally home.  Exhaustion could be the word.  But todays word spoke to me while I was enjoying dinner.  The word for the day is CRYSTAL. 
Crystal has a couple of meanings...one could be that I own cystal glasses.  We don't ever say "put out the glasses on the table" for a fine dinner.  We say "set out the CRYSTAL". 
We say that something is CRYSTAL clear to us.  Pretty indicative that there is a clear understand of something...although when I look at a crystal is seems so much more than clear...it shimmers, glimmers and shines.  It can be refractive.  It is often times cut and angled, as well as chiseled.  Multi-faceted as well.   Perhaps we should think of the Swarowski cyrstal.  Now that's Sparke!   Although if someone defined you as "CRYSTAL clear"  It wouldn't really be defining you as a spakling person, now would it? 
Did you ever hear a crystal bowl being played?  The sound is amazing.  It is really something everyone should make a conscious effort to try to hear.  We know that something is fake or crystal just by the ping of a finger on a glass. Just imagine the music encased in a bowl. 
Well it is CRYSTAL clear to me this morning that not everything is always as it seems. 
Quote for the day:
"In the hour of adversity be not without hope For crystal rain falls from black clouds."

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