Five Card Story: The Leaf

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a Five Card Flickr story by Myrille Bravo created Oct 12 2021, 11:11:56 am. Create a new one!

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If a plant withers and all of it leaves fall, will the soil be the same? As the last leaf fall, are you ready not to look back?

This applies to my late experiences in life that molds me into the better version of myself - manipulation, gaslighting and oublic humiliation. The autumn leaves on the first picture represents the beginning of everything; the start of a new chapter in my life where it feels that my decisions are in control where it is fresh and appropriate to look at. The second image represents the sorrows; downhills instances that brought my consciousness that I've made a stupid mistake and these upcoming storm of consequences should be faced. See how the changes went quickly from the first and second picture. The rest images weren't that meaningful, but the vibe and message behind resonates who I am today. That past taught me a lot of things that is connected to my personality today: how I interact with people while taking precautions; how I become an advocate to something I am against before and how peace of mind has finally come once I let go of that burden. With the occurrences of my late life, I already have the ability to identify my creativeness, imagination and passion towards the things I am fond of however it helped me to signify my weaknesses such as I am sensitive to criticism; reluctant to open just like the quietness of sea from the last picture; avoiding the ordinary which I had multiple disappointments when failure enters the situation.

These pictures above reflects who I am, my insights and how I would be able to compare it with my (late) life that tells my present self.

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