Get off the train

I’m at a point in my life where I’m thankful to realize if the train is going in the wrong direction…

I don’t need to try to adjust myself to the new destination.

I don’t need to figure out whose fault it is.

I don’t need to negotiate the pros and cons of the new destination.

I just need to get off the train.

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