To each his own. To me my own.


An end result can hit you in the face with the same impact as a thrown brick, even if it’s something that’s been coming on for a while. Especially if it’s been coming on for a while, since the inevitable seems to lay dormant even more so.

The emotions of a mirrored past are thick – but flow swiftly, and justly. Even so, they lie bare and open to the focus of others. We often feel the need to either avert, hide or thwart these emotions (thanks, human nature). Therefore, once we’re faced with the reality of finality, BAM!! there goes that brick to the cheek.

Where and when one door closes, another has usually already opened – or is waiting to. This ever-wise quote has provided comfort to many, myself included. I do hope it provides that same comfort to those who might read this.

The finalities in life aren’t always as we might perceive them. Just as a brook or waterfall continually recycles itself… finality may also serve as a means to better yourself as an individual. To protect and heighten your own standards. The chance now exists to persuade your own self of going that extra mile. To further yourself in a way you never thought possible… to perhaps exceed your own expectations.

For you.


2 responses

  1. Blessings to you, Bonnie. May closed doors and opened doors always bless your way, leading you to higher ground, overflowing blessing, and hope for the future. Transitions from one season of life to another are challenging yet rewarding phases of our lives. Thank you for this uplifting, encouraging post.

    February 24, 2011 at 9:41 am

    • Bonnie

      Thanks Carol Ann, and please forgive me for missing the response to this. I wrote this the day after I received my divorce papers. I felt something so final deserved a post of its very own. Blessings to you, my friend.

      March 20, 2011 at 8:08 pm

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