Looking out across the void

I sit there, at the end of what has been. The void seems so large, the task ahead so big even from a far .

I will not look back, I have to look ahead and cross this void. I have to climb this mountain. 

I know what’s behind me,  I’ve just come from there. Only by going forward can I hope to find what I’m looking for. 

Whatever that might be… 

Simon ๐Ÿ™‚


32 thoughts on “Looking out across the void

  1. You see, this is why you are nominated for Blog Awards.
    A perfect blend of the image, word and the personal.
    Onward Captain, onward

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  2. Long time no comment my friend…apologies for the absentia….however…this is most deep and thought inspiring. I have sat many times recently pondering the void and staring into an abyss. However, I agree heartily with the going forwards message in this post.

    Thanks for sharing it my friend

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    1. Hi Gary, it’s a pleasure to share it. It’s good to see you also. There’s of course lots to catch up on this blog. I hope you’re well and life has been good to you ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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      1. Life’s good thanks…time isn’t though…never enough to do everything and catch up with blogs. Terrible that is. Hope your world is still spinning as it should be ๐Ÿ˜Š

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      2. I was hopeful of more instructive guidance there…sitting watching my own void and the spinning world thereof… I need a revenue frame lol

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      3. Your world spins in it’s own way and at it’s own speed, for some it is too fast, for others too slow – but for you is is your planet.
        What’s a revenue frame?

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      4. Aye that it does…of late the spin has been backwards. Things are reset and it’s now speeding up in the right direction again ๐Ÿ˜Š A revenue frame is autoincorrect pursuading reference frame not to, in fact, be a reference frame….although if it referred to a mighty lottery win then revenue frame it can be if it wants ๐Ÿ™ƒ


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