What kind of doors do you like to go through? Single, double, revolving, panel, flush, French, bypass, patio, etc...
Some doors that were built in the early 1900's are too small for a very large person in 2016 to go through, especially bathroom doors in older buildings ( our small town discovered this when they were remolding an old building). This can also be said about some revolving doors. Larger people cannot fit into the little section they have deem applicable for entering the building.
So, have you found any doors lately that you cannot go through and maybe not due to your size?
Have you had any obstacle in your way when you have attempted to get that job, find that prestige school or program for your child? What about finding that potential buyer for your home , or the guy or girl you thought would be a perfect match for a relationship? Those kinds of doors didn't open and your key didn't fit. Are you disappointed or happy that this door didn't open?
All doors are not for you to go through. There are many reasons for it. I'm only giving you one reason today. It was for your own good or protection the reason you couldn't open or go through the door. Something behind that door would have been very harmful or unsafe for you. It would have made you different from your DNA or change your personality. Be glad it didn't open. A caution to some people who older people call "hardheaded individuals"...if you think you are big, bad and bold and push your way in...you will never be satisfied on the other side.
Take a look at the cards that goes with this posting:
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cardstock: Neenah white for A2 base and Recollection black for mat
DP: Paper House
embellishment: keys cut from DCWV Regent Street
embossing folder: Spellbinders brick
ink: white pigment to highlight the bricks from the embossing folder
sentiment and image: from Google
cardstock: Neenah white for A2 base; Recollection black for matting
DP: Colorbok and Kaisercraft
embellishment: Cousin Corporation of America key charm
sentiment and image from Google