Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Living on the edge

If you're not living on the edge, 
then you're taking up too much space

living on the your purpose...on purpose.

it's not <necessarily> death defying, but can cause anxiety if we allow it. so why do we so often resign with an existence we hate? and then wonder why there's a desire longing to be experienced?

fear not knowing our purpose...fear of failure...fear of judgement...fear it's unsustainable...fear of success

fear = danger

but only you can ascertain if those alarm bells mean run for safety or that you're avoiding living in intuition because of perceived danger. trust your gut. then inhale deep, step up to the edge and leap into the unknown. it only takes one step to begin the journey of a life you were destined to experience. 

what's your edge?


  1. Mine is plunging into the careers of author and artist in my late thirties when I 'should' be securing financial security for retirement. Neither are the wrong things, but I had to choose and I chose the chance to pursue the work I really want to do and feel best qualified to do, even though it means an unknown time of potentially bad financial insecurity.

    I wish I didn't have to choose, but doing what I'm doing is the most satisfying, rewarding thing I've ever done, my whole life has been building up to it, and I've never worked harder in my life. Maybe it will pay off.


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