When I was asked to review the audio though I jumped at the chance! The books sounded amazing and were getting great reviews.
I did not understand fully why I have been lacking in writing blogs, or reporting to you all. But not every detail serves as grand of a purpose as the things I have learned or observed.
There once was a time where I felt like I was fearless. And a part of me still is. But I have started to realize there are more things than I like to admit, that absolutely terrify me.
Our fears come and go as we grow, and change.
Or they stay and control us in blinding ways forever if we never find the will to surpass them. When I was younger the scariest thing was jumping down from the monkey bars, it felt like the ground was light-years away. I would hang with every last bit of energy I had, developing blisters before I could gather all of my courage to get my feet on the ground.
Now my hands simply reach above my head and grab the top. Now I have jumped out of a plane and know what free-falling feels like.
I used to be afraid of sharks, my reoccurring nightmares always contained sharks in different forms. Once a shark took human form, once I had to cross a long unstable bridge and if I fell I would leave the planet as I entered a death zone of sharks in a large body of water.
I was younger so I did not analyze these things the way I do now. This fear seemed to simply exist. I am not entirely certain still to this day.
Sometimes I do not think we know or understand the fears we have. I avoided the ocean because of an irrational fear. Was I really afraid of sharks? Was I afraid of being attacked?
Was I afraid of dying from being attacked by a shark? I decided that if by chance I was attacked or killed by a shark then so be it, that was the way I was meant to leave this life.
I could no longer allow this fear to keep me from the beautiful vast ocean, or the freedom of surfing. I think this is something all of us should do with our fears, get to the bottom of where our fears stem from and figure out how to conquer them.
Who are we without our fears? Fear is different for us all, some things are much harder to get over, if you are ever able to. But living in a world of fear is no way to live at all. Two reoccurring fears in my brain that I never imagined could be things that scare me are: We took the snowmobile there.
The feeling on the frozen sea never lessens, Kalix is so special.
The sky and land ahead feel never-ending in a free, calming way. I have met her more times than one and never have I seen her so light, happy, and full from simply sitting with him. Now that she is no longer as young as she once was, living together with the love of her life, her world seems to appear less light.
The once vibrant color in her life has faded to pastels and greys. She held his hand and made sure he ate everything his heart desired. My heart sank into my stomach. For some reason I started thinking about playing pretend as a child.lauren winner girl meets meets god mid-faith crisis notes on a mid-faith dark night still is only scattered notes divinity school night of the soul mother death death of her mother years ago crisis of faith spiritual life spiritual journey failed marriage anything else different perspective faith crisis section at the endReviews: Lauren Taylor SNHU BLOG.
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