Good Advice

Walk out your front door.  Bring good shoes – you’ll need them.

Don’t pick the flowers from the side of the road.  Don’t talk to the birds.  Don’t trust anyone.  Look both ways.

Feel the wind on your face; walk towards its source.  Forget about the things you leave behind.  Think of everyone you’re going to miss, but don’t get sentimental.  Look back, only to see if you’re being followed.

Walk forever.

When you get to the door, knock softly.  Straighten your shirt, but don’t bother wiping the dirt off; it’ll show through.

When it opens, tell the truth.

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