Openers, closers
Protection or Obstruction?


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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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14 Responses to Keys

  1. Indeed, so much dialog can begin with these two words …”Protection” – “Obstruction” ..
    Thanks for the stimulation, Becca.
    Izzy ~~~ : – )


  2. It is what keys are used for and when that determines whether they are obstruction of protection. And even then… people disagree. This is a question with tangled threads of viewpoint and story.

    Definitely a buffet for thought.


  3. Much as love’s paradoxes, isn’t it ? You can use a key to open up a closed room and let the sunlight filter in, to let friends walk in, to let in the breeze that will carry away the staleness of monotony…or…you can imprison it, locking it within, to smother in the confined space to become mildewed and cobwebby. Entirely, our choice.


  4. Pat Cegan says:

    clever, bb! Keys are great metaphors. Hugs, pat


  5. Mickie Brown says:

    LOVE it!!! Mickie 🙂


  6. rajathecritic says:

    this is wonederful


  7. Protection or Obstruction?
    It’s our choice…Food for thought.


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