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I can arrogantly brag that the doors I choose in life open wide and grant me unobstructed passage. But the widest doors tend to lead to the worst places. This is a quote that I love because it shows that even if you have a choice of many different doors, not all of them will grant you an unobstructed passage. Many of those doors won’t open at all, and some of those that do may be leading you somewhere bad.
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