That being said, I’d like to thank those of you that shared how “I see white clouds” impacted your life. I received feedback from people with ages ranging from 13 to 63. I thank God for that.
- I intended the field to represent a place where the innocent run free and feel safe; as is the world in the eyes of a child.
- The clouds represented dreams and goals, empty canvases for the imagination to roam through endless possibilities; as is a child’s mind.
- The storm represented any form of traumatic experience. Anything in one’s life that has distorted our dreams and goals. Any form of tragedy ranging from abuse, divorce, death, neglect, to abandonment. Which are all things that can turn your life inside out and leave you feeling lost.
- The fort was the emotional walls we put up to keep people from coming inside. The defense mechanism we build within us that springs forth from the fear of being hurt again.
- The “facility” represented the world of the hurt and the wounded.
- The woman that helped Priscilla sort through her pain could be anyone from psychologists, counselors, pastors, friends, or family, all depending on the need at hand. There is healing in disclosing (to the right person).
- The small child bleeding and wounded is our inner child that still needs healing from the past. Priscilla cleaning the blood was her way of suppressing; not wanting to deal with the pain.
- Lolita and Tom are representatives of people who decide to live their life without facing their pain. Like Lolita, they choose to live in a fantasy world, where everything is fine. Or like Tom, that comes and goes with the wind; putting our lives in the hands of others to control.
- Priscilla’s choice of career was a way of giving back. This is something that it’s experienced only when we receive healing. With inner healing comes a sense of gratitude that all we want to do is share the good news with the world. Help others grow, heal, and live; we want everyone to feel the same freedom we feel.
- The journal that Priscilla read every time she had a chance was her past. She relived her pain over and over again.
The lesson would be that if we live our lives in fear of being hurt, constantly