The Unknown Is All There Is

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Look out into the distance. The unknown is all there is. There is no amount of planning or preparation that will keep you away from experiencing what is meant to be. Let your spirit and your heart guide you towards those things that have value and significance to you. This is your road. No matter how many people you might have around you, you travel this road alone. Every turn, every curve is created by you and only you, so embrace the choices that are yours alone to make. Your path will not always be clear, but that’s what’s so beautiful about this journey. Step fully into the unknown and permit yourself to explore what wonders you have yet to discover.

The unknown is not meant to be feared or shied away from. It is meant to serve as a reminder that there is always another way to go.  Step away from the safe and familiar and remember that these things were once the things you only wished for. Embracing the unknown requires us to let go and trust. Trust ourselves enough to try. Trust ourselves enough to be seen and trust ourselves enough to fail without judgement. We are capable of being our biggest supporters if we let go of all the limiting beliefs that no longer serve us. When we can replace these beliefs with thoughts of empowerment, confidence and self-love then and only then can we step fully into the unknown without fear or hesitation. Commit to stepping in fully by embracing the possibilities that exist in your life. The unknown is beautiful. The unknown is all there is.

“Go to where you do not know what you do not know. That is where you will find all your opportunities.” 
― Jeffrey Fry

Ambition In The City

4 comments

  1. Today is all we have, embrace it and enjoy it. My dad died almost 3 years ago at age 87. The day before he passed on, he removed his oxygen mask and said to me. “It’s been a good life, but gosh it’s gone by fast.”

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