One think I lack in my life is focus. I think that’s always been my main problem. I’m not talking about the kind of focus you need to finish a task. I’m writing about focus in a purpose. While some very fortunate human beings have their own very specific interests, to which they direct their attention, on which they focus and invest their time on, developing it deeply, helping to determine the shape their life takes, and potentially even their own career, I’m pretty much a mess. And that is because I will develop an interest in so many different things, that I will be overwhelmed and never decide on a unique path. My path has many, many doors.
I supposed that my twenties will be when I find out what really I want to do next in life. I can’t live without a purpose…I thought I would have an epiphany. I’m now twenty eight, will be twenty nine this year… and all I see are so many different doors, so many different purposes! (at least for when the pandemic is over). And in my head, those doors were made at the image of the doors or Tallinn. They are all beautiful, in their way, but so different. That’s what makes it so hard to choose.
Enough of my rambling. This week is dedicated to my trip to Tallinn. A small city that becomes so big with its secret alleys and courtyards. And one fun thing to do (and I wished I had had more time to do) is to collect photographs of its beautiful, picturesque doors. Enjoy!
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