Que Sera, Sera

“Que sera, sera” is a song title from the 1956 songwriting team Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, roughly meaning “whatever will be, will be,” winning an Oscar for best original soundtrack in the same year.   I also heard a similar saying, that I like a little better.  I don’t know the exactly how well the Spanish translations line up to one another, but in English, it takes only a minor change to drastically effect the meaning; “whatever I will, will be.”  I think this version better describes the human experience as life is not something to be wandered thru, without control of the outcome, but something to be driven, to be molded and shaped by your own hands into what is your own will.

Getting out into the woods always seems to clear my mind, as I suppose it should.  Having hours on end to take in the sounds and sights of natural life have a way of playing to the tune of self reflection and thought.  There is little better than a birds song, crickets chirp, sounds of all things living and existing together to bring relaxation over ones self.  These simple pleasures are often lost among us, but there are still those who take moments to ensure that they do not go unnoticed.  This 3 shot HDR represents one of those such moments.

Que Sera Illinois William Woodward

To part I’ll leave you with some lyrics from a song that I enjoy, called “Love Like Crazy,” by Lee Brice.

Be a best friend, tell the truth, and overuse “I love you”
Go to work, do your best, don’t outsmart your common sense
Never let your prayin’ knees get lazy
And love like crazy