Sometimes we feel lost.
Sometimes we feel as if we’re living in a jungle of questions.
With no answers.
That’s when we look at others to provide us the answer.
The magical formula.
So that we can be doing exactly as they do.
So that we can be living exactly the way they live.
But the thing is that there is not one answer. We all need to do our thing, in our own way, at our own pace.
And the thing is that there is not one magical formula. What works for them might not work for us.
Now, don’t get me wrong.
Others can make us rethink how we wanna live our lives and how we put ourselves out there in the world.
Others can offer us a way of looking at things that are exciting, new and energizing.
Others can be powerful inspiring examples of what can be.
But their answers will only make sense for us when we’ve played with them.
When we’ve applied them.
When we’ve tested them.
When we’ve learned from that experience.
When we’ve kept what worked for us and ditched the rest.
Their answers are like words.
But we have to write the book.
Our own book.
Using some of the words they do.
But throwing in lots of different ones too.
And maybe even inventing a few funky new ones.
Stringing them together in beautifully crafted phrases.
Or messy sketches.
Or organised bullet points.
Creating our own storyline.
In our own unique style.
With our own unique voice.
Writing that book.
That we just can’t put down.
Because we’re making it that damn good.
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