I walk along the sand until the only thing separating the water and land is not sand, but rocks. The tide had come up so far that nobody dared to see if there was a way to the other side. Not only that but the land curves so you cannot see where it even leads. Is it rocks forever, is there sand on the other side?
With all of these thoughts restricting my journey, I of course dare to do it. Tip toeing on the rocks as the waves crash around me, the land curves so I cannot see where I came from, only where I am going. I finally jump down onto sand and all I see is sand for about a mile and NOBODY is in sight. Just me, just the sand, just the water, just the sun. It was liberating.
For 20 minutes I simply stand in the water. I look back at the beach and see people walking around because the tide got low enough so people could finally walk. How sad is it that they avoided the rocks: The rocks were the only reason the other side was so liberating.
What if I told you there was a way, just beyond the barrier you are putting up?
What if I told you that the life you are expecting for yourself could be so much more.
What if I told you that there is actually no real rocks restricting you besides the one you put there yourself.
I believe there is a ceiling that needs to be broken. A breakthrough that has been long awaited.
Walk on the rocks, set your feet on new land