Why a Door

In the shadow is the gold – CG Jung

Regardless of who you are or where you happen to be in life, you could probably represent every circumstance or state of mind along the way with an image of yourself standing at a door.  The door may have just closed.  Something has ended — an opportunity, a relationship, a life — and the door is a marker of loss.  Or perhaps the door has been shut for a very long time and you are preparing to discover at last what waits on the other side.  Maybe the door is ajar and the crack admits a beam of light.  Maybe this portal is yet another portal, one of many that you’ve passed through.   At every door you have a choice: stay where you are or move forward; stay in the dusk or cross over another new threshold into another unknown.

 

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About Martha

Martha M Moravec is the author of the memoir Magnificent Obesity: My Search for Wellness, Voice and Meaning in the Second Half of Life, (Hatherleigh Press/Random House). She is also the author of two novels: an epic historical fantasy, The Secret Name of God; and a sci-fi eco-fable for young adults, The Odd Body Vanity Squad. Before committing to prose, she wrote the book and lyrics for five original full-length musicals, all of which were successfully produced in southern Vermont and Boston. Martha blogs at Mad Genius Bohemians about the mysteries of the creative life and the persistence of one's dreams. She also blogs at Magnificent Obesity about the hazards posed by anxiety, addiction, aging and agnosticism to personal growth and transformation. She can usually be found at home in Vermont working on her next seven novels, four novellas, second memoir and a sweeping revision of the five musicals. She is currently seeking further publication opportunities, a hundred more years and God.