The stiff breeze brought the familiar scent of the surf and the ocean to Jason’s nostrils. It had been eight years since he had stepped foot on the hallowed grounds of the place he was raised in.
He was pushed away from the people he loved because his parents had agreed to sacrifice their love for him in return for the guarantee of his survival. This cycle had been going on for generations in his family due to a curse that was placed on his great-grandmother by a witch.
All male, surviving offspring had to be separated and placed away from the family’s orbit before they attained adulthood. It was the same with Jason.
His return today violated that contract. But he had made this decision to return keeping all the pros and cons in his mind. For one he was now in possession of a powerful counter-spell that was supposed to break the original spell. For another, his mom was dying and he couldn’t keep away from her.
He was just praying that this spell would break the curse as he had just learned that his wife was expecting a baby boy.
For the visually challenged writer, the photo shows a mother and father helping their young child riding a two-wheeler bicycle (with training wheels).
Building relationships are very much based on trust. Children trust their parents and take them on their word. I’ve found that if we trust God, He won’t ever let us down, just like most parents.
I’ve got your back, don’t be afraid You think you might fall but I’ll catch you The bike may go sideways but make a quick recovery Paddle hard and see yourself take off See…… It wasn’t all that difficult, you just needed To trust yourself and let go