Weekly Photo Challenge: Path

8 years ago, I remember walking along the beach as I try to gather my thoughts and decide which path to take. I decided to venture into a foreign land in search for a better future. I left all that was familiar to me including my parents who sadly had to let me go.

A few weeks ago, I found myself walking along a sandy pathway in Galveston‘s Seawall. After a long walk, I sat on a bench and stared at the sea. Once again, I found myself asking the same very question, ” which path should I take?”

For most of us, our path goes on and continues to evolve. There are times when they are rough and turbulent with hardships along the way. Other paths are smooth and calm with plenty of blessings. For a few, it ended the day they passed away and left their love ones. In the 1900's, a tragic hurricane hit Galveston Island and claimed 6,000 lives.

There’s a saying, ” all path leads to home.” I believe that one day that would come true. Until then, I’ll continue to follow the path that is destined for me.

What path are you taking? Are you following the path of your dreams?

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111 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Path

  1. cocomino says:

    What great photos and sentence as always.
    I believe the path of our dreams. 🙂

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  2. misswhiplash says:

    Great pictures….
    Whenever I have to make an important decision, I pray about it.
    I think that my life is mapped out by powers far greater than I..so when I ask for guidance I know that I shall be shown the way to go and which path I should follow.

    He has never been wrong yet!

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    • That is so true . Thanks for the advice. Sometimes I forget that there is a higher power up there who all these years have guided me in everything that I do. It’s easy to forget when I’m overwhelmed with work and problems when all I need is pray for strength and assistance. I friend told me the same thing. That’s more than a coincidence. Thank you. God bless you and your family.

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  3. “All paths lead to home.” So true for me now…as every post it seems takes me back to family and the memories I have of them.
    Ohhhh…I remember your first photo. When I was young, my family vacationed several times at Gaido’s along the seawall. Those stairs have been there forever and I only wonder about the hundreds of thousands who have descended those stairs in great anticipation of meeting the water, the waves, the tide that flows in and out. You have really done Galveston justice with all your posts this summer and I will direct my family to check out “the island traveler” to help them remember. btw My daughter gave me permission to publish the picture you helped me with and I gave you credit…possibly a pingback…so you can enjoy it with the little poem I wrote. Warm regards to your wife, son and parents when you connect with them.

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    • I love the post that you dedicated to your grandson. It shows a lot of your affection and tender longings. He is one lucky kid. The poem made me miss my own parents. I wish I have a giant, magical, binoculars too . May be I can see them smile at me everyday. I’m happy that you chose to use the picture. It is one cool photo and works perfectly with the wonderful poem. I’m glad you enjoyed my posts about Galveston. This Summer, my family and I just fell in love with it and had the best memories of Summer partly because of it. I showed my wife your post and she enjoyed it too. Take care and best wishes to you and your family.

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  4. Wonderful shots! I think this is one of my favorite challenges so far. Everyone’s idea of path can be different and I’m enjoying the variety of photos.

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    • Me too. It gives us lots of options and in a way relates to all of us in a more meaningful way. From one point of view, it can be a path that leads to friendships and new beginnings. Your post on the old coastal cottage damage by Hurricane Irene was touching. I hope one day they can rebuild it once again. Thank you for the comment.

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  5. What beautiful photographs! Such a beautiful part of Galveston history. The statue makes my heart ache every time I see it. Well done.

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    • Thanks. I was looking at it for awhile particularly the sculpted child and I realized that they were part of those who perish on that terrible day. It reminds all of us that we are only humans and we are vulnerable any time. It also reminds us of what Natural disasters can do. Two weeks after I took the photo, there was Hurricane Irene. Galveston would always be a place of good memories for me.

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  6. aRVee says:

    Sad to hear the story about Galveston’s…

    “Other paths are smooth and calm with plenty of blessings.” –wish our fate will always be like this but how boring life can be without trials and tribulations. Every life’s journey has its purpose. Great post IT…

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  7. Sani Moyo says:

    For most of my life, adult life anyway I have been an immigrant. This post rings so true.

    I recall sitting on the beach in Hastings, England and thinking to get home I have to cross this sea, then the Sahara desert.

    Home seemed so so so distant. Am now back in Africa and still an immigrant, maybe some of us are cut out to be just that, modern day nomads.

    Not a bad thing, there is so much to be learnt and enjoyed from mixing with different cultures.

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    • Thank for sharing a piece of yourself. It feels great to know that somewhere in the World another person goes though a similar situation. May be I’m a modern day nomad too. But I wish that one day my family and I will finally settle in a place that I can call home. A place where I can just be me , without judgement, without pressures, without having to be financially driven, just to have a simple and uncomplicated life. I still believe it can happen, not just for now. I’m glad for your visit/ comment.

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  8. jhirzel88 says:

    There are trials that seem to test us. I don’t think I ever had such a situation happen to me. Would a tornado be considered one of those? I had a tornado happen while I was at my cousin’s birthday party. I was 6 years old at the time. I just thought it was extreme wind. I came to my senses when I noticed that all the store signs at Bordentown, NJ were damaged. I always knew that tornadoes only happened in the midwest based on the books I’ve read. How the heck could that even happen?

    About 3 years ago, I had a situation where a customer at TJ Maxx got upset when I making a rude remark about him in front of another customer while he was in the wrong line. I only said that he was in the wrong line and then I was like, “can’t he see the sign?” I was crying afterward. My manager came up to me when I walked to the break room and explained that I’ll get sensitive people like that sometimes.

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    • Thanks for sharing your story. Tornados are just as destructive and unpredictable. When I was still in California, a small tornado hit a town in outer Sacramento, close to where I lived. It’s a scary event. I was already in Houston when Hurricane Ike flattened certain coastal towns in Galveston. We stayed home and my wife was crying at the height of the storm. It sounded like the house is going to be torn apart. We are an hour away from Galveston. We were supposed to evacuate too. But God is good. I’m still here and so are my family.
      As for your encounter at TJ Maxx, you will encounter people like that, in fact there’s so many of them and you just need to step back, shrug it off and walk away. They are not worth it. No matter what you , there are some people who never seems to be happy or contended. And some of them try to rub their unhappiness on you. I’ve been there and every now and then I still find myself off guard in such situations. Be strong.

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  9. ElizOF says:

    What a beautiful reflective piece… Like you, I left a foreign land to venture into an unknown path in the USA and I do ask the question you posed too… Yes, all paths do lead to home… TY! 🙂

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    • Thank Liz. It’s never easy to be in a foreign land. Yes, we can almost buy everything that we want or go to places we’ve never been but at the end of the day, something is still missing. A lot of times, that void I try to fill with things that keeps me busy but there are moments that you can’t escape that unmistakable knock in your heart. And when it does, it’s too loud to bear. Writing is a great way for me to make sense of what’s going on around me. Stay blessed always.

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  11. pix & kardz says:

    a very evocative post. thanks for sharing. and to answer your question – personally, am both thrilled and grateful to be walking the path i am on. i am finding life to be an incredible adventure, and i know that is not to be taken for granted.

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    • Thanks for sharing. i’m happy for you. All of us will eventually reach the right path we are destined to have. Some would reach it earlier than others. You’re an inspiration for us to continue to seek our path of adventure and thrill. Gratefulness is something we all should have no matter how big or small our life’s blessings may be.

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  12. thirdeyemom says:

    Where are you originally from? This is a great post!

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    • I originally grew up in the Philippines. My city is close to the ocean and I remember having the best memories associated with the beach. It a small city where everyone seems to know each other. It’s like a combination of country and coastal lifestyle. Inland we have farms and mountains and outward is the coastline that seems to stretch endlessly. It has changed a lot since I left but I guess you always yearn for what’s familiar and hope the rekindle the happiest moments of your childhood. Thanks for the comment.

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  13. Gail says:

    Beautiful post and beautiful pictures. I especially love the first picture. I found the story about Galveston interesting and had never heard it. Never been to Texas although I have relatives there. One day I want to travel there. Thanks for this beautiful post.

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    • One day I hope you got to visit Texas. I never heard about it too until we experienced Hurricane Ike in 2008 and the media compared it to the great hurricane of the past. It was for that reason that the seawall was built to protect the residents from the raging sea. It’s one sad history of the place and I got to look at the sculpted statue during an early morning walk this Summer. I can’t forget the feeling. Thanks for the visit and for the winning prize. Just being a part of your Blog already makes me feel like a winner. God bless you and your family.

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  14. Your photos are are fabulous this week.

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    • Thank you. I know that all things have a purpose. I took a few shots as remembrance of my trip there with my family, I never thought that I would use it for the weekly photo challenge. I thought about it after Hurricane Irene. It’s a way to remember those who lost their lives during this times of Natural Disasters.

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  15. Louise says:

    Hi! I love your words, pictures and messages. Right now I am choosing the path of family and motherhood…an interesting and fulfilling path.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,
    Louise

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    • Family and motherhood is a noble and fulfilling path to follow. My wife would tell me that having our son is the best thing that ever happened to her. It’s not an easy path but it’s a path gives meaning in her life. I salute you for following your path. I owe a lot to my mom and I can never repay the love she gave me and my siblings and for that I’m always grateful. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  16. I love this.

    I’m following my dreams. They’re different than the ones I used to have, but I’ve found it’s good to update dreams once in a while to make sure they’re in line with the present day, and the present-day self. 🙂

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    • Our dreams in life keeps us motivated and gives us a sense of meaning and direction. It helps us to look forward of what the future has to offer. It helps us to wake up each day with a bright hope in our hearts. I’m happy for you that you are following your dreams. I believe that we all should follow a path that would make us the happiest. Thanks for sharing. I appreciate the thoughtfulness.

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  17. thirdhandart says:

    Fabulous photos and a thought-provoking post! Thank you.

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  19. Angeline M says:

    It seems that as we go through life we continuously come back to ask ourselves the question “which path should I take?”. Life is a series of choices made and paths taken as a result. I truly think that if we listen really hard, we will hear the whisper in our ear that tells us which path to follow.
    Wonderful post. Thank you for this, and I hope you find the answer that will bring you peace.

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    • That’s right. Life is a series of choices with consequent results. Sometimes we are correct in our selections, other times we make mistakes which can have bad effects. In the end, we are guided towards our destined path. I realized that in the times I fail, I became a better person after standing up on my own two feet. it may be painful at first but in the long run, it molds me to be better. But whatever road we take, the path seems brighter when we acknowledge God’s power over us. Like he said, ” my yolk is easy and my burden is light.” Thanks for the encouragement. I wish you and your family all the good blessings in life.

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  20. Miss Emm says:

    Great post.

    Would you agree that our path is predetermined and we are just following the invisible map?

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    • I do. Everyone has a purpose, a road to take but only God knows what it is. This makes like more interesting don’t you think. What matters is that on our walks, we have someone to share the ups and downs of life. It’s easier to stant when someone offers a hand. thanks for the comment.

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  21. 2e0mca says:

    Great set of shots – I particularly enjoyed the steps with all those footprints and the mural of the fishing boat. 🙂

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    • Thanks. There are a lot of murals on the seawall but that’s the one closest to the statue. I liked the painting too, particularly that it lasted that long against the wear and tear of the waves and harsh weather.

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  23. yi-ching lin says:

    i love the first shot, and all those impressions of many many other paths people have taken as they step off the stairs.

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    • I know. Reminded me of the famous poem, ” footprints on the sand.” It reminds me too of our very own everyday walks in life. It’s amazing how nature can mirror our human existence. thanks for the comment.

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  24. Barbara Rodgers says:

    I admire you for the courage you had to venture into a foreign land in search for a better future. Many of my ancestors did the same and I am in awe of their courage, too. As you said, “our path goes on and continues to evolve.” I’ve found that to be very true. I like a quote that well describes the path I feel like I’m on:

    “Our inner selves understand the journey; a journey destined to carry us to new horizons; a journey that promises many stormy seasons. For to reach our destination, we must be willing to weather the storms. They are challenges, handpicked for us, designed to help us become all that we need to be in this earthly life. The mixture of the calm with the storm is not haphazard. Quite the contrary. My growth is at the center of each. I will trust its message.”
    ~ Karen Casey

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    • “For to reach our destination, we must be willing to weather the storms.” What you said is so true. I learned from the past that God gave us trials that he knows we can overcome. He knows us like the palm of his hands. Sometimes it seems easier to give up, I guess it’s a human weakness but having to read your comment, it reminds all of us that in the end , as long as we try, we can surpass the storm. I think trials humbles us, makes us more closer to God. Makes us realize that we do need him in our journeys in life. Thanks for such a beautiful, inspiring comment. It’s something I could read again and again. Stay blessed always.

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  25. suitablefish says:

    wonderful images. I love the way the footsteps fan out from the stairway, and the mural path. Walking paths near home wondering “which path do I take?” Thanks for sharing.

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    • Thank you. The footsteps is intriguing. It has withstood the test of time. What caught my attention was the sand formations. I took it around 07:00 A.M. and that’s already how it looked like. Reminded me of the sand art in a Japanese garden but this one , nature molded as the waves hit the shore at night.

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  26. Hi island! I find your posts and photos very inspiring. I totally admire your love for your mother and the deep longing you have to be back home. My son moved several States away to pursue his career, and have since started a family. He asked me before moving and I sent him off with my blessings. I miss them very much even though they’re only a few hundred miles away. All the best to you and your family. Trust that you’re on the right path. Blessings!

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    • Thank you for sharing and for such a warm and caring comment. I guess our path may take us away from those we care about and it is important to always get in touch and nurture the relationships among families. Just like you, I miss my family and wherever I may be, my heart and thoughts will always remember and cherish them. You’re right in saying, ” trust that you’re on the right path.” It takes a lot of faith to make sense in situations that seem unreal but at the end of our journey, we can look back and see that we we’re on the right path all along. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  28. Wow, beautiful pictures, full with harmony and happiness :))

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    • Thank you for the visit/comment. It was a beautiful day. The sunny weather, the beach, my son’s having a great time, everything seems in perfect harmony. I try to freeze them in my memory for as long as I can.

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  29. nuvofelt says:

    My path is a little crooked at the moment, it should be straight and narrow. I enjoyed wandering along yours, though, thanks for sharing, and when you have time please take a look here.

    http://chittlechattle.wordpress.com/2011/09/05/liebster-blog-award/

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    • I definitely will look and visit. I always made it a point to visit the friends I meet at WordPress. It’s a new and wonderful experience each time. thanks for the appreciation. My path is crooked sometimes too but I hope and pray that it goes back right on track, and hopefully with less bumps along the way. Thanks for the comment.

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    • Thank you once again. I’m greatly honored for the award. I’m now motivated to make a post on those Bloggers who inspired me through their works. I will make a post soon that would pay tribute to Word Press friends like you. I think the act of sharing and its expression is a beautiful thing and we need to spread them around. Gratefulness makes us appreciate others and their contributions. Wishing you and your family the best in life .

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  30. singledplantlight says:

    I like the first picture.

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  31. Fergiemoto says:

    I’m on a healing path right now and using creativity to help. I have two blogs related to my journey, one of my recent experiences, and one for creativity. Beyond that, my path is yet to be determined. Your story is very touching.

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    • I pray for your continued healing. In a way, my wife and I are also in that similar part. We have hurts in the past that together we try to overcome. I hope one day all wounds would heal but for now we have each other to hold hands and walk along our path. I’m glad to have found your Blog via the “like” part of this post. Thanks for the visit. Can’t wait to learn more/ discover more of your posts. Have a great day. Keep sharing your talents. The World needs them.

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  32. Patti Kuche says:

    Your photos and words weave a wonderful narrative around the paths your life is taking you and, as a fellow nomad, I thank you for your very generous company with all you have to say. I have had to surrender all notions of home, dreams and which path (s) to take after many years of confusion and deliberation. My path is now the one of liberation – it gets me in and out of each and every day we are lucky enough to have, wherever we happen to be. Home is in the heart, we nomads take it with us!

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    • Wow. Love your thoughts and sharing. Part of my path too is liberating myself and my family from the bondage of materialism, debt and other Worldly concerns that robs me of what is truly important in this life. Happiness is waking up each day free from worries that eats you up in side. And you’re so right, home is in the heart. Where ever, we are, where ever our nomad path leads us, we know that we’re at home because we take it with us. And for as long as we are surrounded by the love of our family, we can withstand any obstacles that our path may face. Thank you. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  33. Love the first picture!

    Paths may change, but put the best effort into your current one.

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    • I will try my best. You are right to say that we should do our best in this current path so that in the future, when you look back on our trails in life, we will have no regrets. We all should try to live life to the fullest, to embrace each day with much hope, optimism and joy. Our path may be predetermined but as to what would happen tomorrow is beyond our hands. Stay blessed always. Thanks for the comment.

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  34. Jo Bryant says:

    fabulous post – I really enjoyed visiting this

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  35. Britta says:

    I like your story – your words and the way you express yourself…

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    • Thank you. I didn’t know what to put at first but when I was browsing my iPhone pictures, my eyes stared on the images for awhile. Then something inside me whispered, ” this is it!” With the recent hurricanes and now, the devastating fire at the Hill country in Texas, this is the least I could do to tell people that this events are real. It can chose any path it wants and can take any life that stand on its way. It’s a humbling experience. I always try to keep in my prayers the victims of any tragedy including their families. Have a wonderful day.

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  37. thedailydish says:

    You have such a way with words, IT. I can appreciate how hard it must be for you to be so far from your family. I hope that one day, sooner than later, you’ll be reunited, even for a short visit. Until then, keep making beautiful memories with your wife and son. Your family must be so proud.

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    • I do hope to continue making beautiful memories with them. My family keeps me sane. My wife and I every now and then would have this ” home sickness” blues but we have each other and our adorable son to fill up the void. My parents are my greatest fans. My dad told me one day,” when are you going home?” I was speechless for awhile. But he knows that I have a family now that I need to take care of. For now, my life is here and so is my family. May be one day, if it’s God’s will that my path will redirect me to my roots, I will be more than happy to follow. Thanks for the kind words and the encouragement. Best wishes to you and your family.

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  38. john tugano says:

    I love the first photo Bro..Whenever you didn’t know what path to take,just ask the guidance of our Dear Lord and he shall direct you to to the road which is right..I hope the path you are traveling right now leads you to your dreams..

    God Bless your Family and Take care..=)

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  39. I hope so too. It was my dream then but now part of me already wants to go back. As I get older, I realized that money is not everything in this World. In the end , it’s still the love and presence of your family that will bring meaning and happiness in your life. I do pray that God will show me the right path. Sometimes what we want does not jive with his plans. Bro, that’s one great advice and I do appreciate it. thanks you. Stay blessed always.

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  40. Sony Fugaban says:

    The first photo deserved its spot. That’s just simply one beautiful photo – which is perfect for the challenge.

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  41. Sabina Brave says:

    I like the mos 1st picture, footprints on the sand 🙂
    We should fight for our dreams… then they’ll come true.

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    • Thanks. We should never give up on our dreams for as long as our hearts still beat and there’s breathe in all of us. Dreams makes waking up each day mor meaningful. It motivates us to follow our path no matter how scary it may be sometimes.

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  42. For those who shared my blogging path, thank you. I appreciate each comment, sharing, the joys of seeing the ” likes” button being generously clicked, for each visit. For as long as my path continues and this blog exist, I will return the goodness by making sure I join your journey as well . We are all here to share, to build each other up, to offer a kind word that would inspire others. Thank you once again.

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  43. This was such a beautiful post! It touches the heart. That sculpture photo is a sight to behold. That historic hurricane was such a tragedy. It’s another reminder of how precious life is. Also, it took courage for you to leave your homeland to move here for a better opportunity. That being said, I can certainly empathize with you missing your homeland. In the meanwhile, it seems that time has a way of sorting things out. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and lovely photos. Stay blessed. 🙂

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    • Thank you for such a sweet and heartfelt comment. I hope time would eventually help me to sort things out. There was a moment that I thought I felt settled and that this is where I belong but now I’m no longer sure. As one of the blogger friends said, ” I just have to pray for guidance.” I believe that one day, I’ll find the home that was meant for me. I wish you and your family a lifetime of blessings.

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  44. You’re quite welcome! By the way, I think that is wonderful advice from your blogger friend! 🙂

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  45. aRVee says:

    IT, I have a feeling this kinda looks like going to be Freshly Pressed soon…

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    • Thanks. The best gift is the support of friends and their unwavering belief in what you can do. Stay blessed in all that you do.

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      • Sony Fugaban says:

        I’d be the first, if not the second, to go back here and say, “CONGRATULATIONS!”.

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      • Thank you . More than anything else, it’s the generous and encouraging comments that is something I always look forward whenever I check my Blog. They make me feel like a winner each time.

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      • Sony Fugaban says:

        I mean, if that happens, IT.

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      • Anything is possible my friend. Thanks for all the visits/comments.

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      • aRVee says:

        Congrats to both of you, my Freshly-picked-blogging friends. Have a great day ahead.

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      • Recognition like this is sweet when you share it with friends who stood by you throughout your journey. It becomes more meaningful. I’m already just being visited by my blog roll friends. What more can I ask. Thanks for the support. You’d been kind. Stay bless always.

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      • aRVee says:

        You’re welcome IT. One of the reasons why your blog is so engaging is because you are so accomodating. Amidst your hectic schedules, (as I read it from your comment in one of Cocomino’s blog), you always give time to your followers, so cheers to that!

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      • It’s my break from stress and work. ha, ha, ha. I told my wife, if you have your facebook friends, I have my Word Press buddies. Honestly, nowhere else have I been too, web based wise where people are so true of what they think and feel. No discrimination, no judgement, no negativism. It’s a place where you can be yourself and that’s cool for all. It’s where you find solace after a difficult day or when the world seems cruel at you. It’s where you can find an encouraging word when you need it the most. Thanks for being there…

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      • Sony Fugaban says:

        “No discrimination, no judgment, no negativism. It’s a place where you can be yourself and that’s cool for all. It’s where you find solace after a difficult day or when the world seems cruel at you. It’s where you can find an encouraging word when you need it the most.” That quote from you is really a mouthful! I could reuse it quote one time if you don’t mind.

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      • Sony Fugaban says:

        “No discrimination, no judgment, no negativism. It’s a place where you can be yourself and that’s cool for all. It’s where you find solace after a difficult day or when the world seems cruel at you. It’s where you can find an encouraging word when you need it the most.” That quote from you is really a mouthful! I could reuse it one time if you don’t mind.

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      • aRVee says:

        “No discrimination, no judgement, no negativism. It’s a place where you can be yourself and that’s cool for all. It’s where you find solace after a difficult day or when the world seems cruel at you. It’s where you can find an encouraging word when you need it the most” — I love these lines as well. Very true and very encouraging…. Thanks for being there too…

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      • Thank you. That makes the three of us. You, Sony and me. I’d like my son to grow up where people are treated fairly, equally. That it’s what you can do, of what you can share that defines you and not the material things that you own. The Blog world provided that void. It’s finding friends in places where you never expected. God bless you always and you family.

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  46. Niki Fulton says:

    Beautiful photos and meaningful words. 🙂

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  49. misswhiplash says:

    At last a blank space. I was scrolling down so far I thought I would never come to the end..108 responses now that is something…anyway that is not what i am here for… I need to get my award onto my blog site..at the moment it is on my desktop screen. I have tried all different ways, nothing…so Oh wise man..can you please tell a simple person, in simple language just how to do it please asap. xxxxxxx
    this is 109 replies

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    • Sorry for the frustrating computer obstacle. I felt the same way when I was trying yo crack this computer thing. I emailed you a possible first aid tip as well as on your recent post comment section. Update me of how it goes. My computer mouse also died on me so I’m just using the keypads on my notebook which is very limited. Yes, you are not alone. I’m here…before you touch that computer, take deep breath or look at some of the relaxing , beautiful photos of this weeks “Fall” theme at weekly photo C. stay blessed my friend.

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