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  • Writer's pictureDavid Hrostoski

Set Sail

A story about freedom from our past.

Imagine a ship.

Over time the captain of this ship has dropped anchor after anchor in an attempt to stabilize and keep himself safe from the unknown waters.

As intended, the ship has been anchored into place for quite some time.

The memory of the open sea is now but a distant memory.

Yet the time has come where the captain is ready to sail that unknown sea in favor of a new destination that calls him forward to it.

This destination has to be appealing for a captain so afraid of the open water to want to mark a new X on the map.

And it is.

It holds a treasure like no other—a feeling of home, true satisfaction, a life worth living.

Still, the ship lay tethered. All predictions of probabilities for forward movement point to impossible.