Move Your Foot

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When you have one foot holding a door open, the rest of your body can only move so far. Sometimes we have our foot in a door that isn’t ours to open. Yet we still keep our foot there, hoping that the door will open anyway.

If we would just take our foot out of the door, then we may realize that we enjoy being able to move around freely, without the restrictions that the door had on us.

Why keep your foot in a door that’s not opening? Why not let yourself go free from that door and see what happens? You might be surprised by the relief and contentment that you gain from doing so.


 

โ€œTyping my heart outโ€ for Nano Poblano/NaBloPoMo.

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17 Responses to Move Your Foot

  1. April says:

    I’m moving my foot.

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  2. The real me says:

    Reblogged this on abracadabrasite and commented:
    If the door doesn’t open it means you’re not wanted there. Why hang around?

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  3. Doobster418 says:

    Hmm. Better your foot in the door than your foot in your mouth, I think.

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  4. Yep…..this is good advice I think I’m going to take!

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  5. DailyMusings says:

    excellent! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  6. Brilliant. Sometimes we don’t realize what we “aren’t” doing because we aren’t really paying attention to what we are doing.

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  7. pepesapam says:

    I found what i needed to hear for my day..i am going to move my foot through the door ..!! great post

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