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The best way out is always through. (Robert Frost, A Servant to Servants)

Later in his life Frost said that if he could sum up life, with all of its highs and lows, it would be these three words: “it goes on.”

It’s not so much that we must endure and accept a situation as a finality. It means that to get some sort of healing for a situation, to get “out,” we must embrace and go through our ordeal wholeheartedly, with inquiry and desire for self-awareness. When we fantasize, when we bemoan every moment of our lives, then we have surrendered our ability – our respons-ability  – to change things for the better. (Lady Diane, Poet)

Wishing you peace and wellbeing as you continue to embrace, press on, and explore life with a desire for self-awareness.

PS: Remember to hold the ones you love just a little closer and tighter this week (without expectations).

a dark hallways leading to an exit that is open and showing a silhouette of a person.







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