Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

Horizon. The space or line where the sky meets the earth.

Sometimes, the horizon defines the end of vision – we can’t see beyond it.  How often do we then decide the horizon is too far, the obstacles too large and the distance too far…and then stop dreaming about what lies beyond?

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The limiting factor isn’t that thin line between the earth and the sky. We simply can’t see beyond the line because our dreams are too small.

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But…should we dare to take that dream-path to explore the end of our vision, the hardship of the journey can be harrowing.

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For the brave, however, this serves as encouragement. For somewhere, somehow, the landscape must change and the horizon has to fulfill its promise.

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And then, only then, can our dreams become a reality to live in. There is great peace in that knowledge…

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