Then, She Stopped Running

Then, she stopped running. She stopped pushing, pulling.
She stopped running.

She looked around and decided that nothing needed repairing, really.
Not today, for sure.

She checked her bank account and decided that it was enough.

Her fridge was full.

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Born/raised in France, adulted in the U.S., now living in a Mexican village. Happiness Coach. Teacher. TEDx Speaker. Dancing with Life’s Magic & Being Guided.

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Born/raised in France, adulted in the U.S., now living in a Mexican village. Happiness Coach. Teacher. TEDx Speaker. Dancing with Life’s Magic & Being Guided.

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