And now, she finally chose to let go.
She finally chose to let go of her dream to be like that or like this, to be what the world says she must be because she already learned to love what God wanted her to be.
She chose to let go of her fears — her different kind of fears. Fear of her future, fear of her past, and fear of herself. Those kind of fears that made her obligated to lose the opportunities because she was afraid that she might fail. Fears that made her bruised and anxious about her past because she thought her past defines who she is right now.
She chose to let go of her walls. Walls that have been limiting herself from the things she’s actually capable of. Walls of insecurity that pushed her to hide herself and dwell on the things she wasn’t sure of. She has been settling for less, settling for what she doesn’t deserve only because she doesn’t feel any certainty because of her insecurity.
She chose to let go but at the same time,
she chose to let God.
To let God do whatever He desires to do in her life including every detail of her ordinary day.
And everytime she looks back on that moment when she decided to let go of herself, she doesn’t regret anything even if that caused her to lose her so-called “everything”. #personalblog