Horizons and Boundaries

Horizons and Boundaries
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Do you see horizons, boundaries, or both? I ask because a horizon can be a boundary and a boundary can be a horizon. It all depends on your perspective.

I used to reject the idea of boundaries. I am still, to some extent, ambivalent about them. Boundaries represent limits to me. They represent something that is defined and out of my control to set. However, boundaries can also be something flexible that I can choose to impose as a temporary measure to keep me from getting ahead of myself (so to speak). I see them as useful tools in the right setting.

Horizons speak to me more loudly. They pull me into adventure and call me to be fearless. I eagerly embrace horizons. They are filled with possibility and potential and compel me to go further. One step at a time is all that is required.

There is a notion that these things are inflexible and concrete. Relax with this. You can move them, take them down, build them up, make them malleable, and play with them to discover their purpose and their usefulness. You can also decide to reject them and make them like wisps of air or clear as ‘no glass’ in the windows of your world. You decide. Whatever serves your purpose in the present is all that matters. Make it meaningful for you.

What about you? What is your take on horizons and boundaries? Do they exist in your world?

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