The end stands for a turning point in my life. Each end is also a beginning. I part myself from what is obsolete or passé and begin with a resolution to a situation. I look reality in the eye and terminate something in my life that no longer belongs. This also means letting go of old habits or of people whose paths part from mine. In general, the end represents a final conclusion. The transition time and getting used to new conditions can be painful, but the fear shouldn’t keep me from taking care of certain life tasks. The connected experiences will make me more able to withstand stress, make me stronger and more flexible on my continuing journey. I adapt myself to the rhythm of life, which, along with birth also includes death, along with growth also includes collapse, and after life, also includes death. Only in giving up old structures can I develop myself and learn new things.
I separate myself from what is obsolete or past.