Sometimes our way seems pointless, clouded, contrived. But there is always time to figure out where we want to go, to point our feet in a different direction, to tread a little slower. Whatever we’re doing, we should be guided by our desire, not by pressure. And if our desire is strong enough, it will drive us to find a way, no matter how narrow, deserted or mountainous. We have to want that something enough to trek, climb and conquer. Don’t be afraid to embark on the journey. Whatever happens, you’re trying, you’re learning, and, most importantly, you’re living.
Where there is a will, there is a way.
(Image: created myself using picmonkey.com; Picture: missionglue.com)