The Rush


 

 

The Rush by Maria Fokas

How disappointing it must be to go to such great lengths so as to hold on to something; fearing it could slip through your fingers at any moment. When in actuality, that very thing you so feared you would lose, never really belonged to you in the first place.  Is it knowing that we are not a pawn in our lives, but the energy which creates all that is meant to be, that will set us free? In an era where we may deal with problems by believing that we get what we deserve, I’m beginning to wonder that maybe it’s not about what we deserve but, about what we compose –

 

2 comments

  1. “When in actuality, that very thing you so feared you would lose, never really belonged to you in the first place.”

    This is a treasure. I love your words and… and… just everything in this post! A lovely, beautifully-written, insightful piece!

    – Matthew

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