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You Can Fight what You are Called to do…

Jean Hamilton-Fford, Mindful Living, The Daily Shift, You can fight what you are called to do

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You can fight what you are called to do every step of the way and, in the end, you will still do it. This is what most people do. They believe that life is hard and to get ahead and make anything of it, it is hard work. Stop fighting. Step into what you are called to do and be. Relax. Enjoy. If you are called to dance, then dance! If you are called to sing, paint, garden, create, build, lead, speak, write… then get on and do it! You are a natural. It’s all supposed to feel easy for you.

What will your day bring your way? The new adjustment is supposed to feel easy for you because it is you! For others… not so much. You may find others are quite resistant to this new YOU and they will try everything they can to put you back into the comfortable version of who you were when you were fighting your calling. Breathe. They will get comfortable with this version of you sooner or later. Some may not and they will no longer be part of your life. Take heart. Have courage! Stay the course of your becoming. Embrace your freedom!

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