The wall
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The wall

What happens to you when you hit it?

Do you take a step back, regroup, and go again?

Do you push on through, believing that might makes right?

Are you down for the count?

We’re surrounded by walls in some shape or form. Most of them we can’t see.

But we can see their effects.

The idea we didn’t share.

The feelings we didn’t express.

The truth we didn’t acknowledge.    

Our walls are our thresholds. The places we stop.

Stop questioning. Stop challenging. Stop believing.

It’s our ego’s mission to keep us safe.

Yet as the saying goes, ‘A ship in harbour is safe. But that’s not what ships are built for.’

Neither are you.

What’s calling you on the other side?