Musings From A Musical Mind

I Am On A Journey…

The following was written by me almost one year ago.  I love to look back and see how far I’ve come on my journey since then.  I have been lucky.  I have wonderful people in my life.  I am humbled and grateful to read the wonderful supportive comments of encouragement from my amazing friends this past year.  There is no one like a true friend that can lift your spirits and say through words, “you can do it – I believe in you”   I am still on a journey – it’s going to be a little bumpy at times but it’s so nice to know I don’t have to go there alone. And I’m glad I’ve learned what I have learned – and I do not wish things back that I once missed.   So – thanks my friends  – you know who you are. ♥

I am on a journey

I cannot see the end of the road

Many times I have had to slow down

Even Stop

Brush off the hurt and frustration

Pick myself back up again

And go on

I am on a Journey

Thinking I was alone

Then I opened my eyes

Now I can see

I can finally see

All the people that are there supporting me

I am on a Journey

Every day I see something new

Some new challenge

Some new friend

Something is different

Something has changed

It’s Me

I am on a Journey

I don’t know where I’m going from here

Or where I’ll end up

But I do know this

There are things that brought me to this point

And we can’t go back

They shape us

and mold us

and position us forward

Always drawing us ahead

And we say thank you to the past

And to those that have made

our journey forward possible

I am on a Journey

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Comments on: "I Am On A Journey…" (4)

  1. I love to encourage folks because I know what it’s like to struggle with things and feel I’m completely on my own. One word means so much during those times.

    • You are so right! Sometimes we don’t even know what a “lift” it can be to others!! It may seem like nothing to us – and the whole world to them!

  2. It’s a wonderful realization to find one’s self “in process” and OK with it. I think when we are younger we are in such a hurry “to arrive” – wherever that may be career-wise or family-wise or according to our goals. It isn’t until a few years are behind us and a few miles are traveled down life’s road that we realize it’s not all about the destination and “arriving”. It’s all about the journey with its detours, forks-in-the-road, mileposts, rest areas, friends we meet along the way, and those to whom we say good-bye. Great reminder, Cindy. Once again, thanks for sharing your journey.

    • I really wish I could read your comments without tears – but it seems that I’m ALWAYS crying when reading what you write. It’s very sweet. It’s so great to have people in my life that really seem to understand about the “journey” and about those that we have to say “good-bye” to. So special. Thanks so much Ron – you are a special friend.

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