Manifest the Unknown

Manifest the Unknown

Sometimes the hardest part of finding yourself is stepping into the unknown. The unknown can be intimidating. It will ward off the weak at heart, challenge the strong-willed, and find the warriors.

Let yourself be a warrior.

It will feel cumbersome at times, but the courage it takes for that first step can transform a person. Let valor wash over you like a mid-summer night’s breeze.

Think of the fear of change and the unknown as a solid mass and courage as water. Water will take time to chip away at the mass until a valley is present, but there is a promise that the valley is in the works. Likewise, it will take time for the valley of hope to manifest out of the unknown mass but courage can create a miracle.

It is time to manifest the unknown.

“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.”

Lao Tzu

A bit of peace

A bit of peace

Finding a bit of peace in such a busy and hectic world is also very important for one’s well-being.

One of my “pieces” is animals.

It doesn’t take much to find a shred of peace. It could be a minor element to those looking from the outside;in; but to you, it is relaxing. It calms you down in stressful times. Remember to take time for yourself.


โ€œUntil one has loved an animal, a part of oneโ€™s soul remains unawakened.โ€

– Anatole France

The bright side

The bright side

When you remember that there is a bright side, the dark seems gray rather than pitch black.

Even though I had testing today, got stuck with needles, and had to be in a hospital, at least I got to visit this beach. It was my bright side of the day.

“Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up.”

-Allen Klein



I have appointments tomorrow and testing. It is hard on days like this.

Just keep fighting. The world works in mysterious ways for those that move forward through hard times. Find a bright side to everything, even if it is the smallest of things.

For example, I love the beach near this clinic and the restaurants have “to-die-for” food.

“Every silver lining has a cloud.”

Mary Kay Ash