Doors are gateways into our lives
Doors separate areas in our homes, offices, businesses, churches, and other structure, keeping the formal and utility areas separate. Doors are also used for aesthetic means, to create the thought or question of what lies beyond. Churches and other specialized structures use doors to create symbolism, the guarding or receiving of the keys, or the granting of access to what lies beyond or behind the door. Doors are also portrayed in literature and the arts and used as metaphors or in allegorical situation, especially to create change.
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