Life is not measured by the stuff we accumulate but by the moments we create. When we need less and do more, we enrich our lives with experiences, we take chances, go on adventures and do things that matter. In the end, we will have memories to savour and stories to share or we will regrettably realize that life has escaped us as we sit amongst our old and outdated hoard. The purpose of our life is not about stockpiling things, it’s about living our destiny.
It is through the process of ‘struggling’ that we are compelled to tap into our potential, to breathe life into our dormant abilities and to do things we never thought possible. Struggling is an opportunity to exercise our courage, to become mentally and emotionally stronger, and most importantly to deepen our trust in ourselves. When a challenge emerges in our lives we need to own it, leap into the fray and move through it the best that we can. Turning away from or giving up in the midst of struggling is a natural response however, we are inherently entitled for more than what desertion could ever offer us, we are divinely anointed to be the victorious heroine or hero of our own story.