I wish this were my anthem. Instead, I wake up every morning wishing it were my anthem. May I meditate on these words and begin to learn from them. And may I trust what I learn even when it doesn’t look like I expect it to.
“Life is a growing expedition through the tangled and unfilled-in parts. What happens after age nine? Because of the fear we don’t trust our own life? Our story? Our colors? To be afraid and leap regardless…there is such power in that. To live into the questions of our lives when nothing feels clear. We have this chance to do absolutely anything, to reach out to another, vulnerable and true, to dance on the roof in euphoria, to pray into the ocean and let go. We have this chance every moment to be alive and give to this world, which needs each one of us.
We must show up for our own life.
Be brave be messy. Be loud and strong. Trust yourself.”
-The True and the Questions by Sabrina Ward Harrison