At a certain point in their life, people may feel they have become prisoners of their daily habits and are condemned to remain hostages of the choices that they have made, but actually never wanted to make. They experience, then, the need to abandon their corporeal prison and wish to say farewell to a jailed existence.
If one has ended up in frustrating conditions, trapped by paradoxical rules and lost in unsolvable logic puzzles, the time might come for breaking free from a physical prison and heading for new horizons.
By giving up the stifling surroundings and quitting a lifestyle, which is hollowed to the bone, there is still a chance for the wounds, contracted in the bodily jail house, to be healed.
Hope and determination might alleviate the scars and relieve the contracted pain and ill feelings.
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