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Driving thru life we sometimes find ourselves on a road never driven; unfamiliar, unrecognizable. We intently look upon the surroundings and make our choice as to the direction to take.
But what happens when we come upon a familiar road and it seems to be different in some way?
Will you go your usual way, or will you listen to the signs that are set to guide you safely through?
I've driven down many roads, many on the ones paved, and those that were not. Many of those drives were great, fulfilling, yet some were wrong turns and dead ends.
Upon reaching the dead ends I had found no solutions or direction. The wrong turns offered way too many choices and options.
In my travels through the many roads in my life, I have found the well travelled ones lead to a known destination where help can be found; there the familiar is constant and Family always to be found. There you will find as in the spring; blossoms of love, joy, peace that fragrance that tells your heart, “This is where I belong”
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Submitted on September 06, 2015

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