There’s Still Time to Change the Metaphor You’re On

Written by Reverend David Breeden
Read by Justin Bovee

The metaphors we use for life tend to involve travel — a path; a journey; a quest; a road you’re on; you can have a peripatetic life — you can be nomadic; you can be itinerant. You can be a wanderer or a roamer or a migrant or an immigrant. Or merely unsettled. You can even be on a conveyor belt. You can walk on water; you can walk on thin ice. You can be walking in a mine field. You can be in a trackless forest or a trackless desert…

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