Lessons Learned The Hard Way—Moving On

“Times change, and so must I. We all change, when you think about it; we’re all different people all through our lives. And that’s okay, that’s good, as long as you keep moving, as long as you remember all the people that you used to be…” —Matt Smith, the Eleventh Doctor.

An opportunity has arisen for me over the last half month or so. I used to have someone I could talk to, to make these big decisions with, move forward, and plan my future, but it appears not to be the case any longer. I’m learning the hard way not to have heroes, to idolize people, or hold them in high esteem. Disappointment lies down that road, and each time it whittles away at the soul. There’s little left of me in that regard now. 

So, I’ve had to forge ahead without those people, someone special in particular. I’ll be relocating soon and be on a new path. I have a lot of bad moments in this place, some terrible lows, and I think the new scenery and pace will help. As the doctor said, you’ve got to keep moving forward, as long as you remember the person you used to be…  

That’s it for this round, short and sweet. I shall return…

If you enjoyed this content, check out my books, The Bearer of SecretsMark of the ProfaneThe Demon’s FateThe Dark Portal, For Heathens of Heaven, and Flawed to the Core: Building Memorable Characters and Writing on Amazon. All works are available on Kindle Unlimited, eBook, and print. Reviews can be found on Goodreads and Amazon.

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