The scratch art below was inspired during a Tim Chester site visit.
The meaning was lost on some when I conducted a test run so I decided to save everyone the mental hernia and just explain it. It is all too easy to miss the wood around us when we're staring at a tree. It is easy to lose sight of the big picture of unimaginable dimension when we're caught up in the daily grind. That I am righteous in Christ, before God, is sometimes taken for granted, overlooked or missed altogether when faced with a really bad hair day, even when I'm wearing orange.