Have you ever been driving and been pretty sure you knew where you were and where you were going and made one wrong turn and ended up completely off track and ultimately lost?
Have you ever thought about the fact that regardless of how completely lost you become, you are able to find your way back to familar places?
Have you ever noticed that at times the familar places aren't necessarily the most ideal place for you to be, however you still go back there rather than strike out in a search of the ideal place?
Are we as humans more determined to not be considered lost on our journey than we are in being true to ourselves and being in the ideal place?
Do we make the decision to go on the path more traveled rather than making a decision to step out on a path that is the right path for ourselves?
Just some thought provoking questions that have been going through my mind!
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