Updated: Sep 24, 2020
I recently returned from a camping trip to Palo Duro Canyon State Park, located just outside of Canyon, Texas. Beautiful country with great views around each turn of the path! One of my personal revelations during this trip was how often, the tougher, more difficult trails or paths led to the most beautiful locations, with awe inspiring views.
Isn't this true in our lives? It's often the difficulties and hardships, that are gateways to discovering who we truly are. Yet, most of us do our best to avoid the hard and difficult situations. We usually either want to be removed or rescued from them. But what if walking through the hard is actually what grows us and helps us to become our true selves?
Are you willing to truly encounter your difficulty, with no pretense or judgment? Can you simply experience it and learn all you can from the situation? Are you willing to engage with the most life-giving option, so that you can express and live out who you truly are? Do this and you will enter into your greater grounds!
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