Choose what speaks to your heart of joy, of hope and of becoming more than you ever thought you could be, Choose that, and let the past fade into the distance, only a memory, as it should be. ♥ Robin ♥

Published May 10, 2013 by scenickviewz

When it all comes full circle and what seemed as if it was the ending shifts into a new beginning, will we spend so long looking at the past that we never even notice the bright sunlit field before us?  Or will we leave the past where it truly belongs, in the past, and step into the sunlit field that beckons us forward?  Will we choose the path that whispers softly in the breeze of hope, love and destiny?  Or will we cling so fiercely to what was that what will be slips through our grasp like grains of sand?  Choose what speaks to your heart of joy, of hope and of becoming more than you ever thought you could be, Choose that, and let the past fade into the distance, only a memory, as it should be. ♥ Robin ♥ DSCF0131

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