Boundaries, Limits, Boarders

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Boundaries.”

Boundaries…Charleston, South Carolina

There are none. I thought I’d use this picture to interpret the challenge for this week. People often create limits because they are too scared; terrified of what’s beyond the wall. Each boarder or gate has a door or a window; another path that leads straight to the other side. This picture represents that to me. No matter how stormy or hard it is to push your limits, once you do, the reward is worth more. When you limit yourself, you stop yourself from experiencing something beyond it. Why?

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