Behind Every Door There Is A Story–Beth Trissel

I love old doors, all sorts, large, small, quaint, cozy, bold, dramatic…Such mystery. What secrets they may hide. I also collect images of doors. Here’s my latest find. This one really stirs the imagination.

Sometimes life presents us with the challenge of choosing between doors, not knowing what awaits us on the other side.  Once a door is opened, there may be no going back. Making that choice and stepping through takes courage, faith, and hope.

“No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit.”
Helen Keller

“Every now and then one paints a picture that seems to have opened a door and serves as a stepping stone to other things.”
― Pablo Picasso

*Royalty free image, of course.

12 responses to “Behind Every Door There Is A Story–Beth Trissel

  1. Beth,

    Love this post….I love images of doors too…What does each one hold….Thank you for sharing this wonderful post…I love it….

    Love you bunches my spirit sister,


  2. Thanks so much. 🙂 Love you too my spirit sister.


  3. Thanks for the inspiration this morning!


  4. Beth, I loved this post. The symbolism is special and meaningful. Once again, thank you for sharing a photo and your amazing outlook on life. You are an inspiration to others.


  5. Hadn’t thought of doors that way. That is so interesting. I always look for unique ones. I like windows too. So many different shapes. Gret post.
    Sue B


  6. I have a thing for doors, too, & thought you might find this interesting…
    What your door color says about you:
    •Red: You’ve chosen the color of passion. Your door says the home inside is vibrant and “full of life, energy and excitement.”
    •Green: Your home is a place of health, safety, tranquility and harmony. This is a popular color.
    •Blue: This color, which may be the most popular, connotes home as sanctuary. A blue front door signifies that the home is calm, serene and relaxing.
    •Black: This color doesn’t signify depression or mourning but power. The owner of a black front door is sending a message of strength, sophistication and authority. His home is a serious place “inhabited by a person of substance.”
    •Brown: This color carries a mixed message. A brown front door, either painted or stained, may convey warmth, stability and reliability. Or maybe not. A dark-brown front door suggests a desire for privacy and isolation


  7. What a beautiful old door. Loved your post.


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