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a Five Card Flickr story by Janine Mae T. Riva created Oct 08 2021, 02:14:44 pm. Create a new one!

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These pictures illustrates my experiences in life based on Socrates's belief. First picture shows a crack on a specific area or thing, for me it symbolizes a failure it can compare to sudden decision that is not well thought out, that decisions can create crack in your life. After you encounter those, I realized that everyone has their own struggle and how they can go after it, how can they pass through it like a gate in our own houses, it is easy to pass easily but it hits different when we compare it in our life. Most important thing we need to do is to bring out all the problems, challenges in life that stay in our heart and mind, problems that makes sleepless nights. Everyone deserves to take a break from their own problems and the third picture focuses on taking a deep breath in life. There are lots of opportunities around us, when we choose this one we are supposed to be ready to let go other things, and i believe that life is also about learning to let go things that are not necessary in your life or not contributing good things in you to be able to make yourself better. Every doors we choose needs to have a systematical questioning because who knows that will lead you into a successful life or not, it is natural for people to doubt especially if our lives depend on it. People tend to be disappointed, ruined and confused in life, it is up to us how we can handle it. We can go through the doubt in ourselves as to whether the path we are on is right but according to my experience, there is nothing bad to try things if it is accompanied by trust in god. as long as god is with us on our journey, he will never lead us in the wrong way.

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