Have you ever felt like you’re at the end of all you have: emotionally, financially, spiritually, physically, intellectually? Ever feel depleted and wonder how you’re going to do all that you have to do?
No matter how bad things seem, there is always just ONE more step, at least, that you can take. Eventually, one step at a time, you will be led to see something that gives you hope you seek. (If you’re not seeing it yet, it’s because you’ve got at least one more step to take on your own. And then maybe another…)
But this is a promise: eventually, you will see it.
You’ll see a glimpse of how life can really be, and you’ll have an inkling of how you can accomplish it. You might not feel like you have the resources you need to accomplish it, but that’s not necessarily part of the equation. So long as you have these following pieces, you still have all you need right now:
- an idea of how you want things to be
- desire and commitment
- something that you can do today, without additional resources
With these three components, you have something to do. You’re not stuck. I have never met anyone who is truly stuck… I don’t think such a condition even exists.
As you continue to DO what you CAN, the way appears, and the things you need will fall into place in front of you. Sometimes it feels like stepping into the darkness, but with each step you discover that you still have everything you need from the list above to keep going.
If you proceed cautiously, one timid step at a time, you might find that you do not have the momentum to leap the final chasm that may appear out of the darkness at the last step before your dream is obtained.
Move forward confidently and quickly – no need to be frantic, but there’s also no time to procrastinate either. Get momentum in your pursuit, so that if a chasm appears, you can leap it safely. Be anxiously engaged, always, in a good cause, and your momentum will take you safely over the obstacles that appear along the way.
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