Loving the Unknown

Change is commitment. Change is laying aside something you had and picking up something new. Change is to fully take the next step.

Once the change is made, we stick to it. No back and forth. No wondering ‘what if?’ or otherwise with a wandering eye. To look over our shoulder with a teary eye immobilizes us. Prohibits forward movement (just try walking through a┬ánew store while looking backward!). We become stuck between places and frozen. Pillars of salt- indecisive- and we won’t last long when the rain comes.

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One Comment on “Loving the Unknown”

  1. Cara Donahue says:

    The salt analogies are intriguing. One represents being life, the other loss of life.


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