When you're younger, and you're first starting out, you try hard to find "the answers". You try hard to "do it right", to make a map, to have a plan, to be what you're "supposed to be". Disappointment eventually comes, uncertainty greets you at every corner, plans fail, and directions change. But somehow, if you're lucky, your eyes begin to change also. You slow down. You immerse yourself in the ordinary moments, and you embrace unexpected adventures. Now you no longer seek "the answers", and in return you're gifted with stories. In exchange for truth, you receive understanding. And somehow, this brings an unwavering "knowing" knocking at your heart's door. 

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Elizabeth D Foggie