So…what price are you paying for little things that keep you away from living?

I read an entry from the blog of Dace, pronounced “Dotsay,” who is from Latvia and who now lives in Canada.

http://mywaytotruth.wordpress.com/2011/08/05/price-you-do-not-have-to-pay/

At the end of her particular posting, she posted the question, “So, what price are you paying for little things that keep you away from living?” That question is the impetus for what I have written in this particular posting.

 

So…what price are YOU

paying for little things

that keep you away from living?

Is it grief that you feel?

Is it familiarity with the broken reel?

Is it the judgment you fear?

Is it the control you hold near?

Is it the envy of others’ success?

Is it jealousy of someone’s best?

Is it fear of the unknown?

Is it you might stand alone?

Is it fear of losing love?

Is it because there is no shove?

Is it the exposure you do fear?

Is it the fear of no one near?

Is it fear of being alone?

Is it because there’s no to the phone?

Is it stepping out of your cocoon?

Is it once again, shooting for the moon?

 

"Adventurous Delight" Photo Credit: c. Jane H. Johann. August, 2015. Palmyra, countryside, WI

“Adventurous Delight” Photo Credit: c. Jane H. Johann. August, 2015. Palmyra, countryside, WI

 

   Gather your wits about

   Embrace your feelings

   Let your emotions shout

  Then move forward, forget your doubts

  Move ahead and love again

  Enjoy the moments that you spend

 

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2 thoughts on “So…what price are you paying for little things that keep you away from living?

  1. Mari Gabrielson says:

    Really a great post.  This is a Sunday lesson in its self. Thanks for sharing,  MariG

    Liked by 1 person

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