Just in case if you're wondering if I live this explorative life based upon the title, think again! It's more so along the lines of being a personal affirmation. I'm constantly being told by those who know me, 'you really need to get out more.' So since everything is established out of the mouth of two or three, I've decided to take a chance and start doing just that. Now this hasn't transpired yet, but it is certainly something that I'll be working towards. By nature, I love reading and writing and just about anything to do with the arts. Unfortunately, I get a lot of gratification from reading about art sometimes than actually venturing out to view it. Shameful, I know. But bear with me, a change is soon to come.
How about you? What are some new ways in which you can venture out? Or are you too comfortable, as I've been, to even look up and take notice.
Let's not wait until 2018 to start building our to do list, better known as, our new year resolutions. Instead, let's all undertake a new project, travel the world (or even put together a plan or budget to), and wake up an old dream. You're here, so it's not too late!
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Normalcy is comfortable and that is why when we're stretched beyond what we've been previously accustomed to, we resist. We resist change, elevation, and promotion because we sometimes experience feelings of inadequacy to advance to the next level. But it's time to start giving God's creation a little more credit then that.
God's design for our lives aren't always predicated upon our current capabilities. When there is purpose on your life for a specific task, He will equip you for it. Have you ever been called to do something that you've never done before and you turn out to be absolutely great at it? Sometimes faith is necessary so if or when you find yourself experiencing negative emotions of 'not enough', use your faith to press through.
Everyone is designed to triumph over the many obstacles that we'll encounter upon our individual paths. But for every obstacle we're equipped through growth, faith, and development.
So don't short yourself. Be encouraged to come out of the box and experience what the life has to offer you.