Someone once told me that there is no middle ground when choosing right or wrong. That being said, if you choose to not stand for what you know is right, are you consciously choosing to stand for what you know is wrong?
We all have an understanding of where we want to go in life and who we want to become. This past year, I feel as if everyone is being tested on their path to who they want to be. I hear questions where people are questioning their religious beliefs, or even themselves and what they have always loved. We’re shifting. We, as humans, always shift.
If we did not make changes or change as individuals, we would lay stagnant and without growth. How would anyone be an inspiration for others to follow or push others do better? They simply wouldn’t. We are ever evolving.
When the time comes to shift, we must make it happen. If the heart tells you that is the road you need to take, take it. There is always a plan, and we don’t always see the big picture. Even though it is hard, do it. Take the chance and make the change.
Faith has always been a driving force for me. I was always the person who stood behind what her gut feeling was telling her and listening to the still small voice that never spoke aloud. If you know its right, have faith. Believe. If you don’t believe in yourself, then believe in something more than yourself and use that as a driving force to fuel you along the way.
When life gets hard, it’s either pushing you into something new through a breakdown to breakthrough moment, or it’s simply molding you to become stronger in a given area. No matter the reasoning, always listen to how you feel. Honor who you are and what you know is right. You will always know what is right in the end.