Tuesday, July 30


Replacement. That is something worth thinking about. A good word, a hefty noun, the beginning of a journey, mostly eventful, and eventually a great one. 


Replacement. An end to a long period of endurance, deep contemplation and a thurough dicision-making.  “Replacing one thing with another, especially something that is newer or better,”  says the Oxford Dictionary. 

Replacement. You need courage, conviction, and common sense to embrace change, to replace what is old with what is new. Your convictions would see you through, and your common sense will guide you to the “better”. 


Katayoun

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