You hit a point in your life where you need to make choices, thinking you've hit a decision point, or the proverbial "fork in the road" and realize it is a spoon. A spoon reflects back when you look at it. It also reflects a distortion of reality. The concave nature of the spoon gives you a warped perspective, kind like a mirror in a fun house. It is a challenge to examine your life, and answer the tough questions, when your reflection is looking back at you from a warped view.
This is my way of explaining my absence from the blog. I've been going through something rough and it isn't over yet. Hang in with me and I will be back on track as soon as I can.