One Step At A Time

 One thing I have really grown to appreciate and gravitate towards is authenticity and uniqueness. Can’t say its always been like that because I’m a 100% sure that I wasn’t thinking anything about it this time last year.

I find it really beautiful when I see people expressing themselves in such a way that is unique and original and yet ideally relatable. Its inspiring. When you can feel this aura being exuded from the passion they might’ve nurtured over time that has now turned into something that’s pleasant to witness


It’s so special, mostly because it’s not easy, to find your uniqueness and own it. Especially with so many different ideas and patterns of thinking that we’re continually being exposed to, its easy to just absorb it and before you know what, you’ve embodied someone and something else that’s not totally you.


One step at a time” are the words I find to be both my breaks and my propellants.  It is important to  just sit and think. Think about what you want, visualize it so you’re convinced it is indeed within reach. Take the time to learn yourself first, then branch out and seek ways to improve that person. Ask questions and seek wisdom, the book of proverbs’ big on that. plan it out if you can, and if you can’t at first, that’s perfectly fine too. Feel free to just wing it till you find what works. 


Don’t be too hard on yourself. 

“No human ever became interesting by not failing. The more you fail and recover and improve, the better you are as a person. 

“Ever meet someone who’s always had everything work out for them with zero struggle? They usually have the depth of a puddle. Or they don’t exist.” – Chris Hardwick

One step, not no step. Take your time with it, don’t be scared to dream, but be careful not to dream away the time. Take the necessary actions at the necessary seasons. Take that step.



Leaving the most important point till the end; Don’t do it alone because you can’t. This is cliché, but what better way to learn the how or why of anything than from the creator?

Any identity outside Christ is error. That’s a practical starting point in your search for self.

Thank you for coming to my pep talk.







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