Friday, February 8, 2019

On trust

She stood there, unsure of which path to take. 
“But what if I make a mistake?” she wondered. 
“What if I choose the wrong way?” 
“What will happen then? Will I be okay? Will I know what to do?” 
She stood there for a long time, a knot tightening around her heart. 
“I’m not ready,” she feared. “I’m just not ready.” 
Yet at the exact moment she was going to turn back, the smallest ivory moth she’d ever seen landed like a kiss upon her shoulder: 
“When you trust yourself,” the moth whispered, “there can be no wrong way.” 
As she watched the moth flutter off, she took a breath, then a step, then another; and she realized quickly this day was going to be different than the rest.

Mobile: Levolor II. That day when I decided to make a mobile like a maze of intersecting paths out my old Levolor blinds. 

Size: Approx. 26” wide x 54” tall 

Color: Ubiquitous off-white 

“If you can’t find joy in the path you are on and what you are working toward now, how do you expect to find joy once you get there?” – Anonymou

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