IT IS OUR LIGHT, NOT OUR DARKNESS, THAT FRIGHTENS US MOST!

Really the title says it all.

I was reminded of this very thing this week. This was an instagram post I saw from a Katie Ewell, whom I follow and admire their family and love their message and what they are all about.

I found this week to be a bit rougher than normal for me. I”m still transitioning through this current change we are all experiencing. And it doesn’t matter what line of work you were in or what your lifestyle had been, we were all thrust into this. And its just gonna take some time to adjust.

There are many out their, gurus etc…that are just like…lets go! Adapt, change, ” Get on the Change Train”, Up your game etc…

It is like …..I GET IT! CALM DOWN…I’m doing my best to get there.

So yes the reality is this time is testing us all and what we are made of. No matter what that test is for you and in what area of your life………..it is testing you right now.

It’s testing your relationships, It’s testing your mental health, It’s testing your finances, It’s testing us in a way to see if we will stay committed to do what we say we are committed to doing. Our habits, our routines, our Self care rituals.

It’s testing to see if you and I will RISE to the occasion.

I reallized that I have a chance to rise in some areas and I think I’m on my way. But it’s also scary. The thoughts the mind will have you believe.

When I saw this quote I realized I’m not scared of failing I”m scared of succeeding and realizing how great I could have been for a really long time before now.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us.

Where in your life does this resonate with you? I”d love hear from you. Drop in a comment and lets have a conversation.

Stay In It! Welcome To The Hunt!

2 thoughts on “IT IS OUR LIGHT, NOT OUR DARKNESS, THAT FRIGHTENS US MOST!

  1. “realizing how great I could have been for a really long time before now.”

    this is so relatable. this post made me feel comforted… i think that’s part of it. letting other people know they’re not alone. we need that right now

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