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09.April.18


So many arrows to follow; to which one’s direction should I adhere? I want to choose the correct path, even if it is not the right-arrowed one. What if one must be right to turn right? Could one with an eelist be considered right enough to turn right or would such a situation require one to turn left? What if there is an unlit arrow that should be lit but is not due to faulty wiring? Perhaps a whack with a thible might reconnect lines and illuminate new ways. If I want to be straight regarding my life, must I follow the up-arrow? If I choose a path and change my mind a mile down the road, is a one-hundred-eighty permitted? Sometimes too many options makes me feel a bit maladroit at reaching goals: crossing finish lines. But, it may be the case, upon reflection, that instead of worrying about meting out mea culpas if a turn requires a return, fear should be silenced by acknowledging that choices are experiences, experiences lead to growth, and growth leads to wisdom–through which future roads may be travelled with confidence. : )

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