I giggle a tad brirrvan22. The question grasped my attention, and the pic caused a thought more. I pondered the question while wondering if those in the background are of resilience. They seemed tuned into the TV or Widescreen or whatever.
The child causes me to ponder more of Maslow and the need to belong. Does that child with the appearance of a plea expressed feel unconnected? I think the first two needs are met - #1 basic stuff of life and #2 needs of safety. I giggle thinking though a captive image presentation says safe enough to scream a plea.
Going a step further is that plea resilience? I will get there attention no matter the consequence? Is there there the #3 need of belonging at bequest. Or, as part of a family is that met? In that case I ponder the #4 being self esteem in essence lacking and needed. Yet, that only describes those things surrounding the visual and says not of the human spirit being resilient.
I kinda' think the next step for that child would be resilience if entered upon. Seems more the cause seeking the action of resilience is what that child presents to the audience. A mystery presented with that image of wondering of the what next? Will it be resilience? The returning to a state of normal what ever that may be. And, then if more is desired a step at a time with maybe fortitude?
I ponder if returning to a state of normal means rejoining them at the couch. Watching TV as a member of a group offering belonging as equals. Or, with jest does that child just not like sitting next to his obvious younger sister? Or, does the view from that spot on the couch really a bad place to see from. Maybe mom and dad might do some rearranging seeking better equality of view with seeing and all would be better. Who cares what the another may think of the Aesthetics.
Personally I recommend a good book on basic Feng Shui may make a fun and exciting family project full of learning while allowing for individual creativity. Or, not . . .
This was fun brittbvan22. I don't know what I said. I'm hungry so I will return to read later. Otherwise have fun, fun, fun . . . one smile at a time . . .
Or, will the next step be rigidness. Memory brings images of crossing the arms, a scowl, and firmly entrenched, saying, "I won't move an inch until . . ."