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Divine Timing by Myvisionistohaveitall - 1y ago

We are all here, right where we stand at this moment for a divine purpose that only we can fill, let’s make it count! There is no one on this planet that brings your unique perspective and talents everywhere you go. To me, this is a truly amazing concept to understand. It really means that no matter how many people there are that may have similar backgrounds as you, love to do the same things as you, have similar ideas as you, it doesn’t matter!!! No one can do it like you….period. I can clearly remember going to MAGIC in Las Vegas as a young adult. My boyfriend was designing and selling clothes at the time.

I often battle with the young woman I have been in the past, the woman I am today :), and the woman I am striving to become for just this reason. I want to make sure I move with integrity, love and compassion. It is a conscious choice that I may sometimes fall short of reaching, but as I rise every morning I begin fresh with this mission.

“We will be known forever for the tracks we leave.”- Dakota Indian Proverb

These tracks can be in any direction we choose.  The idea of choice can choke us up, but when you are still, clear and free of fear the right one is undeniable. Even the choices that lead to undesired effects are useful. They build character, they guide us and teach us. Sometimes it’s painful, sometimes it pleasure. The beauty of it all is that we can change direction as we please to create new and improved. The tracks we leave are our unique stamp on the world, that says I WAS HERE! It is an amazing opportunity to love, be loved, be hurt, forgive, recover, learn, triumph and do it all over again.

I have learned not to take it all too seriously, but to make it intentional. Striving for clarity, understanding, compassion and resilience. May the tracks we leave inspire others to trust themselves, step outside the box, challenge norms and trust their journey.

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