I’ve put off talking about this one for awhile. I just hate to dwell on doubt. The very concept of it is just such a terrible thing to me. I don’t ever want to admit that I actually experience it, but we all have to. It’s something that becomes a part of who we are. It creeps into our lives one way or another, infiltrating a part of our being. The good news is, there’s hope. We don’t see behind the curtain until after it’s all said and done. If we could, we would see a completely different result. It would be one we could rely on and that’s something we would hold onto and use. Therefore, it would make life easier, and well all know that life can’t be easy if it’s going to be worth it. We need challenges, difficulties, and goals. We need something to fight for.
With that being said, I think it’s a good thing, in a way, that we have things like doubt, fear, anger, and even hate. Without them, we wouldn’t have love, hope, understanding, happiness, and healing. It simply wouldn’t be possible. It’s kind of like the saying, you never know what you have until it’s gone. And damn…isn’t that the truth. I learned that lesson the hard and lonely way many years ago, as do we all eventually. So doubt, I guess, is here for a reason, despite the fact that it sucks entirely. Sure there are other uses for doubt, but I digress. I don’t have much to say today, but I do want to end this post on a happy note.
Love those who need it most. Be full of care. Don’t let the world make you doubt yourself. It’s okay to feel as much as you do. You are wonderful.