Have you found yourself at a crossroad and wondered which way to go? Life is filled with crossroads that make us choose one road or the other. Both road might lead to same destination but only one of them is marked God’s will for our life and it’s rarely the easy one. I’ve walked down a lot of roads, through doors of opportunity only to discover they were the wrong ones and I should have taken the road less traveled. I can’t change the past or its regrets; but I can change my future by the choices I make today.
Over the last few months, I’ve been reevaluating everything in my life, especially my passion for writing. I realized I’ve been parked at the crossroads of self doubt and fear for too long, to push those giants of fear and doubt out of the way and grab that long awaited prize. .. and become a published author.
George Elliot said ” It’s never to late to be who you might have been.”
Which simply means, we shouldn’t ever give up on who we were meant to be or our dreams. Why/ because God is still writing the story of our life and a crossroad is simply the beginning of a new chapter. As I start this journey, through the new chapter in my life, I hope you’ll tag along, “Good company makes the journey seem shorter.” It’s my hope that the lessons I learn along the way, will inspire, motivate you to overcome your giants of doubt, despair and make your own dreams come true.
Read the Crossroads poem
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J. Wallace /Writer by the Sea