Is it ever too late?
Too late to try again, or start anew? Sometimes we are paralyzed by the unknown, fear of rejection, ridicule, fear of failing, fear of not being good enough, we let this fear restrict our hope, or ambitions, our gut feeling, our intuition, FEAR. No, it is not too late, as long as the morning breaks and you have breath, it means you have a chance to try again, start anew, overcome fear and start to hope again, be ambitious, honor our intuition that leads every minute & second closer to our destiny. I personally daily have to remind myself of this, for years and months, I thought of this blog, for months I started my blog but did not tell anybody, fear, of not being good enough, today I don’t care that it is not finished, or refined, or whatever, today I decided to share it with you, invite you into my vulnerability, cause I woke up this morning, and I have breath, life, new hope, I dare to dream. With your help we can face our fears, share it here, & encourage others.
You are exact and to the point. There is nothing to fear except fear itself. When caught in the web of fear, it is easy to feel a sense of emptiness. Emptiness makes us vulnerable and susceptible to even more fear, as we begin to question our competence. When covered with the cloud of fear, we need to find that courage to pick up and project ourselves into a spirit of relentless determination which will help us overcome fear and face what makes us fear. Great inspirational words from you!
thank you my dear Hilary, you honor me by sharing in this experience with me, this is my passion, and we are all teachers in every sense, please continue to teach through your feedback
I really love the fact that you align fear of failure with vulnerability. When faced with adversity we always question our ability to face the problems. This in itself is our acknowledgement of our vulnerability. Then we reflect over this adversity and come out with possible solutions. Vulnerability is the birth place of our ideas and definitely had a major role in your courageous undertaking. Thanks for sharing this.
Wow Awah, I love how you tapped into the core of it all, the vulnerability, I like how you put it, “the birth place of our ideas”. As a mother, I relate to the term birth, for when a child arrives, the whole process is so delicate, you wonder how will the baby look, feel, love, how will people recieve your baby, all the while knowing that this is the most precious thing ever whether others accept it or not. It is for contributions like yours that I share, I just learned from you too. Keep visiting and please post some of your writings, I want to learn from great minds too!