Moving on

What does it mean to move on?

Does it rely on the context of the situation?

Is it a state of mind? Is it a change of location? Do different people need different things?

I’m not sure I know the answer. 

I don’t like loose ends. I don’t like having pieces of things left over. They rub my mind the wrong way. They make me focus on things I don’t value any more. 

The main values stay the same. Always. But the things I put effort in along the way change, and I have to let go and not hold on to those things. I believe having open doors is good, but some doors need to be closed completely. 

So I’m closing doors. Because if I choose to look back, I have only memories and not a reason to turn around and re-enter a place I should not continue to dwell mentally. 

About the author: Lee J

Lee J Hinkle spends his days writing video game code. It was never a job he expected to have. Check out Rogue Invader online. Any search will send you to the right spot. Unless the language is foreign. Then maybe 50% will be right. He tries to be a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and hopes his Father recognizes his efforts.