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April 17, 2017

I see new opportunities all around me.

So often, we see only what the familiar pattern offers. Fear can limit our view of options and possibilities.

Instead, I look at things from a different perspective. Using courage and creativity, I stretch beyond my farthest boundaries. I place my trust in all that is available.

When I recognize the magnitude of this world, I see new opportunities all around me.

From → A to Z Blog

  1. This is lovely Beth. A freshness in seeing the world –

  2. New beginnings. To me it usually ends up being new garden projects.

    • Sounds perfectly lovely! I can barely keep up with what I currently have, but I do dream of changes in my garden

  3. Having just moved from one side of the globe to the other, this old girl is learning new stuff every day. Not all of it good. But all opportuntes of some kind.
    Hope you’re enjoying AtoZ.

  4. New beginnings hold such promise in the words itself

  5. Another brilliant post. Sometimes all it takes is a fresh look, even if it’s something you’ve seen before.

    • Have you ever noticed that things on your way home from a place that you didn’t see on your way there? It’s the same road/path but we see from a different angle.

  6. New beginnings definitely helps, but finding the new beginnings is sometimes a challenge for me. I love your post.

    • You and I are relatively new; I bet you’ve been reading some new posts? Those are new beginnings.

  7. Step outside the gate. There’s a whole new world out there. A delightful reminder.

    Another day in Amble Bay!

    • blikachuka permalink

      I was going to say something similar: when feeling stuck, walk outside and find a road or path you haven’t walked before.

    • Glad you are both on the same page… and my guess is because it works! Try something new and you’ll be amazed at the results… small steps can lead to big places

  8. messymimi permalink

    Keep looking for new things, and they will appear.

    • Yes, we don’t know what’s around the corner. and if we expect something new and adventurous, it will be there. We will notice that it’s there. And it’s probably always been there, but we didn’t have the eyes for it.

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