The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

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No matter how far forward we travel on Life’s path, a part of us remains anchored to the past. Like a long piece of fabric, it is nailed on one end while Time drags us mercilessly forward on the other.

Years pass like a rampaging river, but deep down, memories remain locked behind steel bars — untouched, unmoved, unchanged.

As Time tugs and pulls on the fabric of Life, patterns, shapes, colors and textures become distorted. The fire within us loses its warmth…

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Esther George

Esther George

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Writer • Dreamer • Storyteller • She writes about discovering and living your best life now because life is truly what you make it.