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Fascination with Doors

what meaning do they have for you?

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On our recent travels through Budapest, Vienna and Prague, I was fascinated with the architecture – especially zeroing in on doors! At castles, churches, palaces, and in out of the way places, they were stunning.

So of course, I took some pictures.

Why am I fascinated with doors? I believe their significance for me is that we have a choice – open, close, walk by, lock, bang on, paint a bold color, or ignore.

The visible doors in life remind me that we also have invisible doors that we have built. They can hold us back or we can choose to open and step through – continue exploring, continue seeking out that which will contribute to our growth. We may think we built those to protect us, shield us, and comfort us into security. However in most cases they do just the opposite. They limit us, confine us, and stifle us.

We have a choice. Stay curious and open as many doors as you can. See the possibilities that are available to you as long as you take the necessary steps.

What doors will you open today?

With Light and Love,

Karen

Originally published at kmlthoughtsplus.blog

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