Ask yourself, is it worth it?
I stayed up past 10 on a weeknight, sweaty and developing a headache from the increasing tension of 'The Last Jedi'.
(I won't spoil it!) I'm telling you it was intense; it had me on an emotional rollercoaster that had my mind all over the place trying to process everything. My Chewie onesie was heatin' up, man.
But, it was worth it. It was, but see that's the thing--- what you're chasing after, is it worth it?
I mean really look at, it might be safe and comfortable and easy, but is it worth it?
Will you look back at your life and see the passion and life and love that fueled your time here or will you see... regular, mundane, and safe?
There's nothing wrong with regular, every moment can't be exhilarating or particularly enthralling, but when fear of the unknown, fear of the dangers foreseen and unforeseen alike are keeping you inside the boat then I'd suggest stepping out.
Your little bubble is cool or whatever, but aren't we supposed to go into all the world and share what wonderful news we've received? That means live a light life. Wherever you are, go. The people of the world, they're there in the world, needing someone who has stepped out of their own personal bubble. I don't know in what area of life you needed to hear this for, but hey! God does. You can be afraid, but don't let your fear be bigger than your trust in Jesus. If He's calling you out into rocky seas and stormy waters, (the definition of unsafe), then go. And yeah, your faith might be shaken along the way and you may fall but looking at Jesus you'll want to get back up and finish the walk back to the boat.
Walk. By. Faith.
But hey, don't take my word for it, take His Word for it. Those who seek God with their entire heart will find Him.💖
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Dance has been my fitness and movement inspiration since the dawn of time! I’m so grateful for the phenomenal opportunities I’ve had as a mover and performer. Since then, pilates, yoga, gyrotonic, Gyrokinesis, barre and many forms of rehabilitation have influenced me to continue to explore our body’s fantastic ability to execute, heal and inspire.
MOVEMENT IS MEDICINE