He says, “Things are not how they look.” She says: “Confusion is part of being human.” At some point we all fear turning points. Crossroads are created to push, to challenge what we once thought right. In the middle of the maze, we are forced to stop, reflect, re-think, and re-structure. Life is filled with moments when a yes, no, or maybe could change our journey forever; when certain choices define who we are. The intelligent person will try to cheat the junctions trying to find a way around them. The wise will sit quietly in the middle of it, examining each corner, pondering what they have to offer; questioning about which way would make him better. Then he will rise up with new eyes to see and new ears to hear.
Every crossroad poses an opportunity to start over; to prove ourselves that we are wiser and stronger than we think and, that believing in whom we are and our unlimited potential will always lead us to that special place we have always belong to.
“Each day is a new beginning. You can start fresh, anticipating what today will bring. Or you can just settle for yesterday's doubts, fears, or worries. Which road will you take? Do you take the path to the clear present or the shadows of the past?”