Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Burden of Proof

She wants proof that the weight she carries will be worth it in the end. She believes it will. She confidently tells herself she's taken the right motions, swung and hit every time. Time will tell, will provide that proof. 

Been thinking a lot lately about social pressures, weights, things we deal with on a daily basis that never really reveal themselves until some huge news steps into play. How do we deal when we feel silenced? How does it feel to carry a heavier load than your body is equipped for? I don't know. But I do know that this picture I found of Mount Everest tells, pretty accurately, what I'm thinking.

The peaks are there, in plain sight. The sun's peaking its head out from behind the dark crags of the summit. It's a little distant, but surely there's something to be said for making it to the top.

From National Geographic- Himalayas

This is a giant block of whatever is most difficult for you to carry & trust me on this, you'll carry it more times than you can count until you decide that's exactly what you want to do most & then it won't weigh a thing anymore.
-From StoryPeople.com

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like you're dealing with something pretty important. I hope it works out well for you. Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger, they say. That's probably not true, but it's worth keeping in mind during hard times.

    A better saying:

    Courage does not always roar. sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I will try again tomorrow"

    - Mary Anne Radmacher


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