Life doesn’t always give us the opportunity to follow paths we choose.
Were regularly presented with unplanned routes not knowing where they lead.
Our perception, these journeys will be littered with difficulty, asking too much of ourselves!!
Sitting in my chemo chair in 2018, I was all smiles even though I intrinsically hated every minute of what was happening to me. Yet there, in my gut, I knew that there was a plan for me and ultimately this was MY journey.
Our life experiences offer such intricate insights, forcing the essence of our Beings to new unimaginable heights. They, whether it be in all their glory or despair, determine our stories.
So rather than being fearful, worried & anxious, I’ve learnt to wholly accept, the good and the bad.
Staying focused, calm & positive throughout has allowed me to take each day, each experience with confidence.
Chemo, ill health, accompanied by an assortment of life experiences as compartmentalized by me throughout the years, have repeatedly taught me that, however difficult it may seem, its all good, it will all come good.
I will come through having experienced the real fullness of my life.
At the end of each experience there is an undeniable realisation that it the hiccups are just a process, a period of adaptation and commitment to something initially un-welcomed, unwanted but can be ultimately rewarding, rather than making it a struggle I have allowed it to be, done the very best I could and watched it unfold, while finding the silver lining at the end of the experience !!
From one to another, I do hope that whatever your path is, you find the rainbows that await you and taste the sweetest joy of knowing how capable and talented you truly are.
There can be no rainbows without the clouds, I know its cheesy but it is a natural fact.