Have you, at one point in time, felt like giving up on yourself? You realize you’ve been repeating the same mistakes, clutching on to old bad habits, and found you’ve never really figured out things yet, in your finances, relationships, projects, job, or wherever it is you’re heading.
I always believe in the power of intentionality. It’s ideal but not as easy as we think.
I believe that there’s always more than meets the eye. We are more than what people see, more than what we allow ourselves to be.
We all walk around like we’re rock solid and strong when most of the time we are but fragile, broken beings. We go out there with our shields up.
We are merely interpreters of the story. Focus on writing your own and remember to ask yourself time and again “Do I believe in this”?
Getting rid of all excess tested my creativity and challenged me with this constantly pressing question, “So, what can you make out of this?”
Many times we do find what we’re looking for. We find problems more than opportunities. We see the glass half empty rather than half full.
We find what we’re missing and lose sight of what we have.
We see lack instead of providence.
I wrestled with this idea for a long time because I thought that I was changing. But in fact, I was just shifting mediums to convey my truth.
Clarifying questions are helpful. But questions are easy to ask. The challenge is, do we like the answers we get?
What cripples us the most is imagined fear