Journal Entry: October 4, 2016
You’ve got to give up something to gain something.
It doesn’t matter if they understand it; you’ve got to do what’s right for you.
This time next week I will be in the hospital having my baby, so really I’m counting down the days in single digits and feel that the shift and change in my life has happened and I am ready for this next movement.
I’ve been fighting against change for so long, and it’s taken being broken many times over to be humbled and brought to rock bottom to finally get to the point of accepting that change is happening and has already happened. The path I was on was a path that wasn’t exactly meant for me, however, it was the path that prepared me for all that is happening now and to come in the future. I don’t regret a moment, there’s no looking back as there isn’t anything there for me anymore.
You’ve got to be daring. You’ve got to be gutsy. You’ve got to be prepared to change the path you’ve been on for a bigger picture.
As we are called to be mentors, we go through more storms, more hurricanes, and more tornadoes in life than the average person. And going through those greater trials create a deeper, more stable, more secure, mental and spiritual mindset. You gain something most people don’t have, and our calling is then to help other’s with those experiences.
Your success is earned by your failures and sharing them. You’ve got to give up something to gain something.
Don’t be afraid of the hurricane. It’s happening whether you want it to or not. Use your strengths to weather through the storm and come out the other side changed.