It’s always been said that we meet people for a reason, a season or a lifetime. I believe, even those we meet for a season or a lifetime, there is always a reason behind meeting them, being with them, having them as part of our life, even if it is just for a little while.

Life has so many paths and roads to take, so many crossroads to choose among, and those crossroads are usually the hardest times of our lives, as it is where we choose how we are going to carry on, which road we are taking, with whom, in what way or form we will be walking, what kind of company (if any) have we chosen to take that road with… and so many questions related to “the rest of our lives” decisions, and we start on, thinking, happily, we figured it all out, praying we made the right decision, and once we start settling and feeling it really smooth, we encounter another crossroad and so on…

I so much believe in destiny, and that everything happens for a reason, whether we know it, or it is a reason we cannot figure out with our limited brains. The thing is, crossroads are there to help us decide, help us pray to be inspired by the right choices, leave it up to God and take the road we settle upon, once we are in, we should always know that we already took a path which we can always change or switch when another crossroad comes our way… Believing in God’s mercy, and that there always is a way.

When we come to crossroads in our lives, we need to use our feelings, senses, reason and developed minds to choose, we should always choose to think of the road ahead that we are about to take, the coming moments, the coming days, months and years, not depend on the momentarily feelings we have, especially if these feelings will not bring positivity and happiness later on our way.

My wish for you is that you are always guided to choose the right path for you on every crossroad you encounter in life, my wish for you is love, happiness, and health crowned with serinity in every step of your way.

May you always take the right path.

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