Don’t take the test if you don’t want to see the results…..

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Well, I took an assessment test today.  I was 66% procrastinator.  I resemble that remark.  Maybe I’ll wait til tomorrow to write…..

If I spent as much time writing as I do fussing with insignificant things, I’d have a novel or 5000 blogs written by now.  What’s holding me back?  Why do I procrastinate?

Maybe it’s because when it comes to making a decision, I just stop, because I feel nothing is good enough.  Who wants to hear what I have to say?  I should just get a full time job and give up on this pipe dream.

Stop it!  Just stop.  Where is my faith?  Jesus I need You to push me in the right direction.  I need to hear from You!!!

Does anyone else feel this way?  Why am I so weird?  I see & hear about people all the time who decided to follow their dreams and continually succeed.  Why not me?  What’s this wall that’s got me blocked?

It’s time to break down the walls and just step out in faith.  Wading through the distractions and distortions that try to stop us from obtaining our goals.  Let’s do this…

I can do all things through Him who gives me strength!

5 thoughts on “Don’t take the test if you don’t want to see the results…..

  1. Oh my goodness this is everything. I can relate to all of this so much. ❤️ Perhaps the same wall that has YOU blocked, has ME blocked as well. SO frustrating. Thank you for writing this. 😙

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  3. I do hope the wall crumbles and you find your writing voice. Putting ourselves and our thoughts and feelings out here is a huge act of vulnerability and I know how scary (and sometimes unsettling) it can be. In our previous exchanges through your comments, you’ve demonstrated an uncanny ability to show kindness and grace when encountering someone who is less than receptive to what you say and this, in my experience, makes you unique in your type of blog…much needed. A voice like yours might be exactly what someone is needing to hear. Namaste.


  4. You just made my day. Writing has been on my mind a lot the last couple of days…and there’s definitely been a wall. But, it is crumbling and I plan on writing again soon. You were just the encouragement I needed. Thank you and I look forward to communicating with you more in the future. BTW, I’d admire your writing skills as well. Have a blessed day!


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