As long as life is in front of you, there is a purpose for you to work toward.
A Special Message from Richard Flint . . .
In my years of seeking to help people find the life they talk about wanting, but can’t seem to get to, I have found many terms they use to define life. Words like fearful, uncertain, without meaning, exciting, adventure, without direction, lost in yesterday, trapped in sameness, without purpose, and the list could go on and on.
Life Is A Journey!
How many times have we heard that? The thought is true, but it is much more than that. Life is about living, not just existing in what you feel is. Giving up is all about “trying.” We continue to “try,” because we lack the consistent faith and trust in self to handle the shifts in the terrain.
Life is never a flat plain; nor is it always a deep decline or a steep uphill grade.
In truth, it is all of these! The challenge is keeping yourself prepared for the terrain that’s in front of you. You stand, look at what is in front of you, you can’t see the top and something inside you says, “You can’t do this! It is too steep for you to climb!” What’s your choice? Do you turn around and go back, sit down until you can figure out how to do it, or take a deep breath filled with faith in yourself and start the climb? You know you are going to be mentally, emotionally and physically challenged. The choice is there. What do you do? Do you look backward and think, “that would be easier” or do you dig deep inside you, know the right direction is forward and CLIMB!