“She felt she was nothing more than a consumer, nothing more than the sum of her daily obligations and duties”
-yet it didn’t have to be that way.
After a lengthy period of internal struggle and desperation, she snuck one toe across the invisible line. The line separating fear and courage. The line separating conformist and individual.
Here, she discovered she was so much more than she believed she was.
She gave herself permission to nurture her passions despite her fear of judgement. To do what she needed to do to despite her guilt or her perceived lack of ability.
-and the flood gates opened.
The flood gates that were cleverly concealing a universe of possibilities that were alive inside her, yet not realised.
She crossed the line. She went to the other side that society said was only for the talented, the gifted, the wealthy and the beautiful-but she crossed it with her eyes open, carrying fear on her back, yet shielded by a steadfast armour of determination and courage.
At times, she catches herself peering over her shoulder, looking back at the comfort that was-but she remembers.
She remembers this comfort was the devil that was stifling her ability to truly live and to grow, and to be free, and to love herself and to feel like a human being that’s unique and worthy of a contribution.
Give yourself permission to uncover the gems that already lie within.
Run across the line, and take what you truly deserve to have.
The best of you.
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