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How many open doors have you walked by without entering?

How many knocks have you left unanswered?

How many people have you walked by without engaging?

How many moments have you let pass without being present?

How many things have you left unsaid?

How many loved ones have drifted away without you even noticing?

Opportunity indeed beckons at every turn

In every interaction

In each and every moment

So how many of those opportunities have you left by the wayside?

Not realizing, that in each opportunity is infinite potential

The potential to change everything

But it requires you first to take notice

And secondly to act, to seize the moment.

And sometimes the difference between this or that, is nothing but a little courage.

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