“Finally I can say that I can find my way through, no matter what.”
It comes back to you.
Indu KS
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Especially considering that one has started to accept “No Matter What” being part of one’s path in life. This is the most challenging part of a Human Life — to be able to embrace adversity and challenges as guide stones, markers, or advisors.

And yes, I engaged in the same habit, spending hours in the bath tub — wishing at one point the bath tub would grow with me and not leave the knees exposed in order to get the head under water. ;-)

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