a shell

Almost every seashell used to be a twin. It had its second half, separated by waves. It looks for them all life.

If the shell rests on a sand showing its back – don’t pick it up. It is afraid and it is not you who is meant for it. Leave it . If it shows you its face – it is waiting for you to pick it up gently and take care of it. Give a home to a piece of the sea. Make it believe that after losing a part of themselves they can always find it in someone else…

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Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/15775642@N00/

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