Never Just Follow

Never just follow a source you trust; getting to know yourself is an absolute must.

Every person desires the safety of trust within their lives but reality promises that ambivalence will be included on the journey. At times when we recognize our inexperience, it appears simple to allocate our confidence to a different source but, despite the abilities another person possesses, only one person can truly know what is best for your person. Regardless the abilities acquired, another person will never be able to distinguish your personal wisdom and motivation.

It is rational to research our options when our instincts are doubtful but never surrender your confidence to achieve a faster success. Communication with people we trust will broaden our perspectives and the responsibility to decide our path will always belong to our person. Information is to be reflected upon to determine where the next step will be.

When uncertainty is overwhelming, remove thoughts from the golden prize and realize the person you are. Verify your chosen ambition, acknowledge your actual capabilities and resolve what you are willing to do for your goals. Consider the advice you receive from others and adhere to the choice that inspires you.

A life of comfortable safety may manifest as a preferable choice for living but the lack of adversity limits our opportunities to grow. Bestow upon your person the development of possibilities. Venture forward with curiosity and awaken the gifts of life meant for you. Don’t succumb to insecure beliefs, generate confidence in the freedom to progress. Never just follow a source that you trust; getting to know yourself is an absolute must.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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