Sometimes, you just need to move on no matter how you’ve hurt within. Keep moving and keep running the race.
The race of life is not for the faint-hearted. There are times I question myself if I’m doing the right thing. Why I’m doing that?
Because there are people who won’t believe you no matter what you say.
You will have friends that will not run with you when you are pursuing your calling.
Sometimes you have to walk alone. Walk alone having the faith in God that you will get through.
But walking alone could be a dangerous thing. You might fall into the hands of the prey, it’s risky.
Walk alone not to achieve your dreams on your own. Walk alone so you can find the community of people who walk the same path as you are.
Walk, with the expectation of failing. Fail fast, fail often, but get up quickly.
Be bad at things. Be embarrassed. Be afraid. Be vulnerable. Open yourself. There are many people waiting for you.
To hear how you turn your mess into a message.
To hear how you turn your test into a testimony.
To hear how you turn your failure into success.
Don’t be afraid to fail. Embrace it. The louder you fail, the clearer your future becomes. You need not see the whole picture, you need to take the first step and leave everything to God.
There are people who spend their whole lives wondering how they became the people they became and regret it, how certain opportunities passed them by, why they didn’t take the road less traveled. You do not belong to them.
Transformation can be both exciting and terrifying but I promise you it will be worth it.
Embrace the new person you’re becoming. This is your moment. I promise you; it is now or never, not two minutes from now, not tomorrow, not next year but now. Own that; know deep in your bones, and go to sleep every night knowing it, and, wake up every morning remembering that and fight for it.
And then… keep going.
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