Have you ever driven by a business that was once thriving and now it is dilapidated because of neglect? In your memory, it was busy and successful– the place was always maintained with the utmost care and cleanliness; there were customers bustling in and out and it was alive and thriving. Then, years later, you drive by to see an establishment that has been abandoned.
That’s what happened today when I drove by the old Chevron station in Malibu. It is now infused with weeds, cracked cement, and an old wire fence surrounding it. The sight of it just hit me really hard.
I guess what moved me was that it can be a metaphor for our lives, our health, and our dreams.
Unfortunately, some people do this very thing with their health–they just stop the upkeep. They decide to just let it go and discontinue maintenance of the premises.
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