The Winding Path of Change…

When you first start walking,
you don’t quite know for sure where the journey will take you…

down the yellow brick road

“Walking the way together…”

I’ve recently begun an exciting new project, with people who are becoming trusted friends. We’re creating together on a level of understanding and appreciation that I’ve never quite experienced before. We mesh, we fight, we play, and we’re doing the best we can to reach our common goal.

But you can never control where the path will lead you, no matter who you are with, or how well you get along, or how much you plan or pray. Sometimes the dark forest leads a friend astray, and the only thing you can do is allow them to follow their path, make their choices, and suffer the consequences. For I am not here to tell them what to do or where to go.

We are simply moving forward together, sharing the moment of this particular portion of our journey. We hand each other laughter like precious diamonds, place our trust in one others’ hearts for safekeeping, and live together to see yet another day of sunshine spreadĀ  before us like golden sand tickling our bare toes. How we walk that path is determined by each individual, and the most we can do for one another is hope. Love. And learn.

Even when we have to let each other go.


About Tesz Millan

I am a professional singer of stage, radio, and television and love the process of giving life to my other passion - writing. Being a freelance copywriter, singer, and all around entrepreneur gives me the passion to live my life to the fullest everyday.
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2 Responses to The Winding Path of Change…

  1. Visionkeeper says:

    Watching others falter is a monumental task. One wants to help and suggest and point out the pitfalls yet we must stand our ground and be silent for it is their path to walk. It is hard to see what another cannot. The only thing I find that makes it bearable is understanding we are all here on our own missions. We came to earth with these missions. To sway someone off their path is to interfere with their mission, perhaps even abort it. We do not have that right no matter how good our intentions. Like the Beatles said ” Let it be”…..Great post Tesz. Thanks! Blessings vk

    • Tesz Millan says:

      Thank you, VK. There was a time when I felt the need to dissuade a person from their intention, their desire, their direction. I completely agree with you now, though. What right do I have to pull someone away from what they were intended to do? Absolutely none. I can only be grateful to have shared with them, for as long as I was allowed. Then when the time has come for us to part, to send them off with well wishes, love, and a bright star of hope.

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