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iheartchaos:

This is possibly the best photo of a rainbow ever
The natural wonder was captured by photographer Justin Lee, who was overjoyed to find himself in exactly the right place at the right time. Mr Lee, from British Columbia, Canada, was standing close to a cliff at the Tunnel View lookout when he spotted the colourful scene.  He said: ‘The sun has to be in position to get the rainbow, and this photo was not planned by me beforehand. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. ‘I couldn’t believe how lucky I was to see such a sight, and just had to start taking pictures straight away.’
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iheartchaos:

This is possibly the best photo of a rainbow ever

The natural wonder was captured by photographer Justin Lee, who was overjoyed to find himself in exactly the right place at the right time. Mr Lee, from British Columbia, Canada, was standing close to a cliff at the Tunnel View lookout when he spotted the colourful scene.

He said: ‘The sun has to be in position to get the rainbow, and this photo was not planned by me beforehand. I just happened to be in the right place at the right time. ‘I couldn’t believe how lucky I was to see such a sight, and just had to start taking pictures straight away.’

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When you think about it, let is a beautiful word. In latin it’s translated from a subjunctive verb in a jussive clause, which means the main verb of the phrase has a subordinate idea but acts like a main verb because it implies an order to do something else.

"Let" encapsulates the idea of allowing something, and inherent freedom. Yet it’s not something that can be done on its own. You have to "let" something else happen.

Let it be.
Let the rain fall.
Let me come home.
Let it go.

We make an active choice to be passive, whether for good or ill. Let it always be for good.