It’s Not The Mountain

How very true. It’s all about the fears we have, the worries we deal with, the obstacles we see or perceive as such. The mountain is the same for everyone. Some manage to conquer it, some don’t. 

The difference is not the mountain but the way it gets approached.


5 thoughts on “It’s Not The Mountain

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  2. Indeed it is not the mountain. On one side of the mountain you might find someone destitute,, hungry and freezing to death while on the other side of that same mountain there will be folks enjoying a skiing holiday.

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