“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.”
― Jim Morrison
Our deepest fears lies in fear to fly.
One of the biggest fears I had was that I didn’t measure up to being the best mother I could be. One day I was sitting in the hall on the purple couch and you asked if you could sit next to me. You spoke to my sadness and told me without me uttering a word that it is our job to raise our children and then release them to be who they want to be. Our vision for them is rarely the vision they have for themselves and we have to learn to accept that.
That conversation spoke volume to my ability to let things go so they can be free to be all they were meant to be. Our deepest fears lies in fear to fly but it also lies in our fear of letting go. You can’t soar if you never leave the landing pad.
Our struggles begin with holding fast to things that want to be free. We never take into consideration that we are not to cage people because they were created to be free. Parenting requires exploration with proper guidance! Not caging up ones desires for freedom of flight! When it’s time we must let them go and grow and yes pray that all you have instilled will be their compass. However if they happen to lose sight on the flight just remind them that the blueprint has always been inside of them to use when needed.
NOW that you have conquered that fear let’s face the other hidden ones that are holding you bound in place!