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Previously, I spoke about the hills and the valleys we may face along the journey and how challenging some may be. Sometimes, we want to give up because we think the low level we were was better than the hardship we now face.

Growing pains hurt and so does the feeling of being in pain. But, maybe we need to see ‘the Destination’ differently. Let me explain: the destination doesn’t have to be some sort of re-location. It could simply be how we develop and become a better version of ourselves through the process.

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Have you ever been through a downward spiral to come out stronger because of the hard and frustrating situation? It happens. It’s not always about “what can I get?” or “how can I be the hero in this situation?”. But simply, how do I add value/ what can I learn from this situation?

The destination is your personal growth and self-awareness

It may not be that clear in the moment. We tend not to want to focus on ourselves let alone face the truth but, it’s needed. And sometimes, the actual destination is preparation for a greater challenge and wilderness season.

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But I tell you, don’t lose hope. Keep pushing

Reflect on this:

The Lord your God is going ahead of you. He will fight for you, just as you saw him do in Egypt.
Deuteronomy 1:30 NLT

Love Diana,


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2 thoughts on “Destination

  1. I can certainly relate to this.
    I’m blessed and encouraged to press on a lot more.
    God bless you.


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