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Beauty In The Process

We all get to a point in our lives where we start to feel a pull to go into another direction. That feeling can be extremely uncomfortable; for some of us, it comes out of nowhere. On the surface, most things in our lives seem to be going well. We may have a well-paying job, in school, a home, great relationships, but for some reason we can’t shake this feeling. The best way I can describe it is almost like a feeling of emptiness.

I think when this feeling comes, there’s really nothing you can do to try fill this permanent void. We may think Ok, maybe I’m not working hard enough, so you try to find another project to work on; I’m over the things I have, so you buy a new gadget; I’m kinda bored, so you simply put your energy into the wrong things.

What I believe this pull is, is a direct call from God; it’s a call to purpose. In Proverbs 16:9 it says, “We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps.” Meaning we can have all these plans for ourselves, but, ultimately, we are created for a higher purpose that only the Creator can lead you to…if you let him.

This shift is necessary. Sometimes we find ourselves in places we were never supposed to be in, or simply our time for that thing is over. We make more plans, we body those goals, but a shift is still needed. I believe each and every person has a specific purpose for their lives; God put something in you before you were born.

Just like the transitions of seasons, our lives work in the same way. In that place of transition things have to fall off. In certain seasons, we put on qualities or build survival tactics, or have certain people in our lives who can’t transition with you. It’s hard, but we gotta learn to manage the gift of letting go. With letting go, you give room for the things you actually need. I’m sure you’ve heard of the term with new levels comes new devils, and because of this we have to be able to prepare for what is to come. But, it also means new blessings, new mindsets, new hustle.

You have to be able to become the person, before you receive the thing, so you know how to handle it.

This is where I’m at right now. To be honest, this is not easy at all. I’m in the process of transitioning careers, which means going back to school. I’m learning who I am and who God is in this season. And sometimes I honestly don’t even know what I’m doing lol. Some days are better than others, but the most important thing I remind myself of is to surrender to what’s happening and stay consistent. I’m learning to accept the low moments just like I would the high moments. After all, Romans 8:28 says, “That’s why we can be so sure that every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good.” (MSG) I can confidently say, regardless of this transitional season, everything is working out for my good, and it will turn out better than I can even imagine.

The season can feel awkward, but there is so much beauty in the process. You’ll come out of it refined and more beautiful too.

If this is where you’re at too, you’re not alone and there’s nothing wrong with you. This is all a part of your process. Stay consistent. Don’t forget to actually enjoy it too.

With love,


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