CLIFF

When things start to feel edgy (as in stuck on a cliff), an answer will arise. You don’t have to jumping off to look for the answer. Part of having a leap of faith is letting the other piece leap to you. (Somewhat like clutching in sports. When under pressure of the time limit, you push yourself for the goal, also pushing yourself under the anxiety that throws you off focus. But once you focus your attention for the love of the game every possibility opens up again.) Looking for that sunset to arise. It will, give it time and more importantly, patients. (IT HAS TAKEN ME FOREVER TO FIND THAT ONE GREAT METAPHOR FOR THE CLIFF. LO AND BEHOLD!)

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