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Deep down…

Below the surface is a place we can be afraid to go, but need to know. I prefer to uncover instead of digging.

Image: Laetitia Wilfert-Portal

Below the surface is a place we can be afraid to go, but need to know. I prefer to uncover instead of digging.

The discovery of uncovering can be a journey to the unknown from which I seek to learn so I can hear/tell another story.

It has been said that our biggest fear is being eaten by our own creation, but I find the joys of eating a sandwich a ticket to ride.

Originally published at medium.com

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