Burning and Crossing Bridges

”I demolish my bridges behind me – then there is no choice but forward.” – F. Nansen

There are days when the past comes back to haunt me and I still choke back tears as memories come in flashes. Cuts and bruises not known to anyone but me are healing slowly, unhurriedly, for the past is just a year ago. God is gracious he gave us the gift of time. Time does not only heal wounds, time gives us redemption.

Today I hold a similar paper a gullible girl held a year ago. But unlike the past, I am now not under the bondage of employment, not a captive of the opportunistic.

I am now sponsored by a man I work for out of affection, a man who has the capacity to fire me but won’t, a man I could not resign from and yes, a man who can’t kidnap my passport (because I’m the one keeping passports and he doesn’t know where I hide them).

There is no sweeter bondage than love.

I have burnt one bridge and another lies ahead of me.

The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, his mercies never come to an end. They are new every morning, new every morning…

No matter how many bridges you have to cross, know that great is God’s faithfulness.

Abu Dhabi Bridges by Ace Espiritu Photography

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3 thoughts on “Burning and Crossing Bridges

  1. Wow! Bow down kuya Ace! Ang ganda ng shots mo. Super like it! ^_^ Congratz Tita Vio for having your residence passport! P.S: Ang super puti mo sa pic. Hehehe. Wala pang signature bungisngis smile. Pinagbawalan ka din bang ngumiti??? ^_^

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