Head for the Exit

Just as there are no two snowflakes alike, there are no two persons alike even if they are twins. Two persons can grow up with the same set of parents in the same home but yet have two different personalities.

Know who you are. Full stop. Period. If you don’t know who you are, you can fall for anything and it’s usually the most destructive thing you can think about.

Many well intended persons lost their sense of direction because their compass needed to be recalibrated upon entering into adulthood.

It is scary to know that you are lost but too embarrassed to ask for directions. But living everyday without a specific goal in mind is like trying to get to an unknown address while driving around in circles.

Every attempt to get there will continue to be futile and exhausting because there is no working compass. You have to dare yourself, however frightening it maybe to stop and ask for directions.

There’s nothing more beautiful than seeing someone who decided to ask for help and was shown a new route where everything is more familiar.

The only way out of the jungle of misfortune is to first forgive yourself and head for the exit.

Don’t sacrifice any more years of happiness by living in your past. It’s your life. It’s your choice and it’s always the right time to speak loudly to yourself – ‘Enough is Enough.’

Do it for yourself and your loved ones. Love makes you want to get back on the right side of the road. You are not what others think you are – you are what God knows you are.

The beautiful thing about God is, He never holds our past against us. He customizes your past and makes it an interesting showpiece of beauty made out of ashes.

You can rest in the fact that nothing is never outside of God’s control. Which means you can see like your life falling apart but God steps in and put all the pieces back together with little or no pain.

It’s time to recalibrate your compass and get back the years missed and still arrive on time to your destination. Do it – then thank yourself for having the courage to ask for directions.

Your power comes from believing in yourself. There is no person who has their life together without trusting God with their ashes. We are a work of art in the master’s hand. Going from overlooked to overbooked.

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