Sunday, July 5, 2009

It's a difficult decision

Imagine yourself being caught in the middle of two things and you have to choose either of them.
One is what you need to move forward.
One is what you dont want to leave behind.

Which one will you choose?

Of course you cant hold on to both. If you can, it will be easy.

Delaying wont do you any good either, cause opportunity doesnt wait for you. Grab it or let it go...

So grab it or let it go?


pynk said...

Hmm. That's a really really tough one. What would happen if you let go?
Nice layout!

Tete said...

Hmmm...if let go then I guess you will be back to normal with the things you choose not to leave behind and probably wont have another chance at it again.

If grab it then you will be moving forward leaving what you currently have and into the unknown.

Thanks! I just grabbed it from a website. LoL

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