Holding on and letting go

4 thoughts on “Holding on and letting go”

  1. This sounds like an earlier stage in my life when I was learning to swim. I knew, just knew that if ever I were to take lift that second foot I would bang my nose on the bottom of the pool. At the same I knew that if I wanted to swim I had to. That or spend my life hopping in water.

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