In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Boundaries.”
Boundaries are, for better or worse, ingrained into every day life. Truly, at nearly every moment in life, you will be bounded by one force or another. These might be physical, such as the guard rails along on/off ramps to the freeway, the smooth velvet ropes that keep us in neat, orderly lines, or, in the case of the example to the left, a menacing wall to keep your enemies out.
Or, perhaps these will be strictly mental– maybe you will be so set in the notion that you can’t do something for X reason(s).
The second type is far more difficult to overcome.
It is easier said than done, but the simple task of committing yourself to something–earnestly, truly, whole-heartedly–can produce amazing results, and allow you to accomplish things that may have seemed impossible before.
For example, I have a fear of heights. For a while, it was a nigh insurmountable boundary. There are many things I didn’t do simply because I told myself, “You can’t.”
Almost two years ago now, we hiked to the Wind Caves, where I was almost too scared to look at this breath-taking sight.
Thank goodness mental boundaries can be broken.