Lately, I have been feeling extremely creative. I've been sketching out a lot of ideas and working on something that I feel is helping me grow into the person I want to be. It's hard when you have a vision, but don't know exactly where to start. It's funny how life works--sometimes you must lose something in order to gain something even better. Since losing my job, I've often thought about what my purpose is, it's made me re-evaluate my personal vision several times. I feel that my sole purpose here on Earth, is to assist and help others heal, help others gain a clearer perspective. 

From a young age, I knew that whatever career path I chose it would focus on helping others. In college, I became side tracked and decided to go with preschool, when I should have stuck with my first choice of psychology. I'm still learning to trust the process, to trust the timing of things, to trust that in the end, what's meant to be will be. At times, it does indeed get hard to trust the process, when you don't necessarily see any progress. But the progress is there, you're just being hard on yourself. We live in times of craving instant gratification and that's not how things truly work in the real world. 

As I wrote in my recent poem, Appreciate The Unknown. So, here I am appreciating everything as is, trusting the process---yet also wishing the process would speed up a bit to where I'm financially stable and can be in my own space(place). 

Keep those creative juices alive. 11:56PM