The palm says…

You’re on a long flight, and a palm reader sitting next to you insists she reads your palm. You hesitate, but agree. What does she tell you?

“Please, let me see your palm my dear. I can see you have a future to be told.”

“No, I think I am fine thank you. I’ll pass.”

“You will want to know I assure you.”

This woman is not going to leave me alone (sigh) and I am never going to get any rest unless she reads my palm, “alright go ahead.”

“I see that you have had a troubled past. You have had much sorrow that you are still working through, and I see that there is a way through it all. You must give it time though, but it will come to you. The good news is that you are healthy and though you have struggled you will overcome whatever comes your way.

This here, this line, shows your heart and love. You are very giving and it shows that you give everything and love greatly. Know that the more you give and the less you get, the more heavy your heart will be. Give with caution.

This here is your life line. You have a very long line and can have a very long life depending on how you choose to live it. Live well my dear.

Your career has some jagged edges but there are deep markings which may have meaning in your future. Just be patient. It will come with time.

My dear, take what I have said seriously. You have a full life ahead of you and can benefit from my words.”

“Thank you. I appreciate your, um, insight. I will take what you have said into consideration.”

Now for some rest….I hope.

In response to the Daily Prompt: Life Line


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