This Message Is a Choice Point

Life is too short to waste being afraid, and far too fragile to leave room for wonder. When we're at the end of the line and there's nothing left to do but wait for our last breath, we're not going to fondly remember the moments where we held back and played it safe. We're not going to be glad we never spoke our truth when it mattered most, or that we never told the people we cared for deeply how we truly felt. We're not going to be glad that we did what we thought we "should" rather than following our hearts. Rather than taking risks, putting it all on the line, and living life full out. No, we're going to regret the words we never spoke and the ways we ignored our heart's true callings. We're going to wish we were braver and bolder, and that we showed up as fully as we could have. We're going to want to go back and write a different story, one that's colored with love and passion and purpose. We're going to wonder what we were really afraid of, and how things could have been different and more fulfilling. Most of us know this, yet we don't really take it to heart, do we? We hear the words, but they don't register on a soul level. Or maybe they do, but it's too uncomfortable for us to really let sink in, so we shake it off and pretend like we're really honoring ourselves in the moment. That we're doing the "right" thing, or that not everyone can follow their heart. Yes, there are bills to pay and people we're accountable to. There are things to take care ...
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