A while back I wrote the email that was published on another blog. I still will not share it here. If you like to read it head over to Mirror & Soul and find it there.
Life’s full of questions and while we go through the different stages of our lives we find ourselves in different places and in different roles. For some of us it’s enough to just go through them without questioning the why and the where. For others – and that includes me – it’s about growing and being curious. Curious about finding out where it all will take us.
There was one sentence that stuck to me after reading a post lately, or better one question: “What is the question that drives you and why do we do the things we do?”
I guess the second question can be answered the moment you find out what that one question is that drives you. So I started wondering what it would be for me. And I came up with an answer that probably most of us would give, the question that drives me: Who am I?
People take different roads seeking fulfillment and happiness. Just because they are not on your road doesn’t mean they’ve gotten lost. – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
I decided to feature older pictures for today’s Photography101 assignment. Roads, streets always fascinate me as they all lead you somewhere. Sometimes to a place where you’ve already been, sometimes to a totally new destination. Sometimes they are easy to travel on and sometimes they are not. They might be crowded or empty, but the journey should always be fun…
I was longing for so long, longing for something I did not have. There was an emptiness inside of me, a place that needed to be filled. My life was good, my friends were great and I was happy in my relationship. But still something was missing. There was this one space in my heart which still remained ‘unoccupied’.