Don’t Know Where You Stand? It Might Be Time To Start Walking.

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Walking away has nothing to do with weakness, and everything to do with strength. Walk away not because you want someone to realize your worth and value, but because you finally realize your own.

8 thoughts on “Don’t Know Where You Stand? It Might Be Time To Start Walking.

  1. Very true words. Taking that first step can feel like falling in to an abyss. But then you look back and discover that it was the best thing to do even if you had no choice.

    1. My thoughts EXACTLY – thank you for sharing. It’s not easy, .. far from it. But, it’s like they say, “we look so long at the closed door that we don’t see the one that has been opened for us.”

      1. When you think about it, when you are really focused on something, you no longer notice the things in your peripheral vision nor hear the things going on around you (of course, the ear buds and music don’t help). That is where I have learned to step outside my box and look in to see what is really going on. Not an easy thing to do but it sure helps to see the options God has laid before us.

      2. Love the wisdom, and I am sure the folks reading this today will, too. THANK YOU – You made some most excellent points today. See, now I’m blessed in return.

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