Life’s Path

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“Some beautiful paths can’t be discovered without getting lost.”
Erol Ozan

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Life’s path often looks more like a maze than a straight line. in review we thought we were going one way and had to head another. We are born into this maze and begin to move around, driven by need and want, sent out by parents, shaped by society, or sometimes, simply carried along with time.

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It is easy to focus on all of the things that have gone wrong. It is easy to focus on the loss and the heartbreak and the pain, but it is also important to remember all of the things that have gone right. It is important to remember all of the positive experiences and friendships and growth and laughter you have gained – things you would have never taken part in, lessons you would have never learned, and people you would have never met had you not veered off the desired path.

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The truth is that every time you thought you were missing out on something important, you were given the opportunity to experience something valuable in its own right. Every time life’s obstacles rejected you from something good, you were being redirected to something, or someone, equally wonderful. You may not have ended up where you intended to go, but trust, for once, that you have ended up where you need to be. Trust that you are in the right place at the right time. Trust that every experience has something to offer you. Trust that something that feels like a curse in the moment can blossom into a blessing. Trust that your life is enough. Trust that you are enough.

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Always remember that adversity is not a detour……it is part of the path. Mountains can crush or raise you, depending on which side of the mountain you choose to stand on.  A maze, full of choices, challenges and questioning at every turn, is an adventure. The important this is to keep moving forward.,,,one step at a time.

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Success is not just the destination; it’s the entire journey, every bit of it. It’s not just the outcome rather it’s the entire process.”
Mohsin Ali Shaukat


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