The beauty is that through disappointment you can gain clarity,
and with clarity comes conviction and true originality.
There are times when my inner voice speaks so clearly to me that I can't ignore it. Compared to most times when it seems muffled by the noise of my day to day life. I took a step back this weekend, to evaluate, to assess, and most of all to come together, (mind, body, & spirit). Sometimes things are so obvious, like that inner voice, that you know to be right, almost so blatantly like a sign in huge neon letters that is practically yelling at you.
I have to trust that life has a way of working out, that things will take a windy path that may be filled with hurdles and mountains that may sometimes seem to steep to climb alone. Yet, I must accept the challenge with open arms. It's through these challenges and sometimes disappointments I will learn, grow, and evolve as a person. Not as any person, but a person who is passionate about what I love and what I am good at. I need to continue to work hard, to refine my craft, to sharpen my skills, and keep pressing forward. No one said it was going to be easy, but I know it's going to be worth it.