Looking through my book, it is nearly a tangible thing; the feeling of self-doubt, fear, and loneliness reflected so clearly in the pages.
I am going to compile, within the next few weeks, all of the materials (books, audios, and videos) that I have used (painstakingly), to change my life around. To inspire me.
Some days, it amazes me how much change I was able to accomplish in my life simply because I refused to give up and accept my dismal situation. I didn’t give up because I knew that there was so much more for me to accomplish, so many people to reach out and help. It’s one of the greatest comforts in the world, when someone – anyone, really – tells you that you are not alone. That they have been where you’ve been (or still are).
After that, it doesn’t matter how bad your situation is. If you fell into that hole, and you know the reasons why you wound up there, then with effort and determination, you can start planning your own rescue mission. Certainly others along the way will guide you and support you, but the ultimate fight is yours.
Belief if a beautiful thing, dear readers. So I leave you with this quote:
“Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.” Shawshank Redemption