It seems to me the fence separating us from who we are and who we can be is not a straight line, not erect, but something wavering and distant, a reflection of who we are and what we fear.

We were born to be free, to expand our horizons by going where we have never gone before, and not to hang out in the relative comfort and safety of the nest, the known. There is a place within us that is courageous beyond our human understanding; it yearns to explore beyond the boundaries of our daily life…


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Quotes: Chloe Thurlow & Dennis Merritt Jones

12 thoughts on “Boundaries”

  1. …. and what about the men? You don’t think it applies? Some men are worthless, then so are some women. We should all be working toward the same goal, in this world. Suitcase, flights and valleys ? … be damned!

    For unless that valley of change is the right change? Little will ….


    1. I seldom talk about men and only from personal experience since I am not someone who you can call an expert when it comes to opposite sex and if I don’t have an ounce of proper authority about a subject I rather reserve my judgment, but_ of course sometimes like anyone I make mistakes also of blabbing too much about things I know nothing about. 🙂


      1. Sure … no boy is an expert and I do not pretend otherwise. Just feel they take a knock when it comes to being able to change

        I’m a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess. ~ Red Green Show.


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