Beauty in the mess

Not every mess means disaster, many are diversions to a greater destination. One that goes beyond our own expectations and our own assumptions. One where greater lessons are learnt and we are stretched more.

It is never an easy journey nor is it easy to keep pressing on, but in the end, we will look back and realise the reason for all the mess and appreciate it even more.

I know looking back we have areas of our past that we wish we could erase forever but, without it, we wouldn’t be where we are today or where we want to be tomorrow. It is even because of that “mess” we should try to draw closer to others and empathise a lot more. Continue to be humble.

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Keep pressing on, you will appreciate the process soon.

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