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Road Less Travelled

Sharing a photo taken last year after a few inches of snowfall. This road is near my home. I thought is was a lovely drive as there were no other cars or people on the road. I could see marks where there had been others at one point.

I enjoy being in a place where others have not been. Taking my own path, making my own decisions. Not living alone and desolate as it may sound. But I am my own person. I have learned, and am still learning the importance of being true to yourself. And it doesn’t matter what others think of you and your beliefs. Because they are yours, a part of you.

We must all be very cautious and careful and not allow others to think for you. It can happen before you realize if you do not keep an open mind. Stay true to yourself.

Photo ©CarolDM

  • Question of

    Do you often take a different path than others?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Does it matter the opinions of others in your decisions in life?

    • Yes
    • No


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Written by Carol DM

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    • Same here my friend. My feelings were hurt very easily in my younger years. But in time I have learned how to protect myself without being selfish. Struggles and hardships in life teach us lessons if we pay attention.

  1. Yes, I try to do what I can for others, but sometimes when others try to rule me, I go my own way. Being the youngest of my family, every single one including my parents even as an adult wanted to rule my life.
    I found out, that while it is certainly true that no man can serve money and God. It is virtually impossible to serve 5 members of my own family all the time and I could never do anything right in their eyes.
    So I do what is in my heart, Love the Good Lord above, Love people and animals and nature, do my best to do what is right and take each day as it comes..


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