- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Enjoy Life | Derive Joy in the Journey | #10
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Enjoy Life | Appreciate Today, Count Your Blessings | #9
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Positive Thinking | Make Your Environment Encouraging | #8
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Positive Thinking | Change Our Mind to Change Your Life | #7
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Patience | Do the Work – With or Without an Audience | #6
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Patience | Take the Time to Change Your Mind | #5
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Patience Leads to Achievement | #4
- Weekend Words of Wisdom: Be courageous to live your true life.
- Weekend Words of Wisdom: Take the leap, you won’t regret it in the end.
- Weekend Words of Wisdom: Don’t Forget to Enjoy the Journey Along the Way
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Making a Difference | Caring Makes the World of Difference | #14
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Making a Difference | | #13
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Gratitude | Gratefulness Brings Happiness | #12
- Weekend Words of Wisdom | Gratitude | Gratefulness Brings Happiness | #11
Take the leap.
It may be a leap of faith, full of fear, doubts, and unknown – but what do you have to lose aside from never knowing.
I have made huge mistakes in life, just like anyone else, but what became of those huge mistakes? They were opportunities waiting in disguise. I was so caught up in thinking that I knew best that I didn’t let God and His universe guide me towards the right path, and what did I encounter? I encountered challenges, fear, self-doubt, obstacles that were over-encompassing – for every step forward I made three backward – why? Because I was not on the right path. But when I stopped trying to guide my life and let fear, doubts, and the unknown go, I landed on the right path – one better than I ever dreamt, imagined or planned – one that is right for me.
So my advice, take the leap. Even if you fail, at least you tried and you can look back on the events and experiences knowing that you gave it your all and you did not let yourself down. Remember that failure in one thing is not the end of the world, but rather a redirecting opportunity for something much greater.
“IN THE END… We only regret the chances we didn’t take, the relationships we were afraid to have, and the decisions we waited too long to make.”