Trust My Potential


When the journey of self-discovery began, these words were my motivation. As I reflect on how it has been an assistance, I want to share what it means to me.

When my journey began, I placed my concentration on believing in success. I can do this. I wanted a foundational trust in what could be and dedicated myself to strive towards it, even though I wasn’t aware of what it all entailed

As life progressed, aspects of the journey emerged as challenges to test my resolve. It was time to accept new phases and get reacquainted with my beliefs. I will do this. Every step forward worked to fortify my determination and unify me spiritually. It became easier to receive progress and persistently restore my pursuit.

Entering the phase of I shall fills me with hope because I have progress to identify and I’m more conscious that the steps are repetitious to strengthen my person. Focus consistently remains on my foundational belief and continues to fuel my drive. I can do this, will do this and shall do it. After experiencing some of the journey, it is obvious that life is eventual and patient persistence assists a dream to become reality.

In working through the stages of can, will and shall, I hope to establish confidence in my potential. With the continuous changes of progression and the years of memories of what couldn’t be, I’m still working on trusting the person that I am and fighting to remain in my present reality. I won’t give up on my dreams, but I don’t want to live in an illusion; I must allow reality its gradual process to realize my place.

I’m grateful I trusted that I can do it from the very start and had a strong will to pursue my dream. Now, I’m very hopeful for what shall be and more aware of the stages that life requires to achieve success and the experience is establishing a new confidence in the person I’m meant to become and the person I have been for the world.

I encourage all my readers to determine their dreams. Work on establishing your foundational belief, use your will to make it happen and respect all the phases life offers. Discover who you’re meant to be, include all experiences as a part of you and appreciate the unique gifts you share in the world. We’re all required to work diligently to achieve, yet we’re all contributors to the world we live in.

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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