Our life’s message is to show others we can be a hot mess on the way to pursuing our life’s masterpiece.
We are “mess-terpieces” that make progress to our masterpieces, piece by piece!
The sooner we realize this, the more of the other kind of peace we find for ourselves.
When the post about the “mess we find ourselves in” and how to get out was published, it really resonated! I heard from so many of you that you were inspired to “address your mess” and R.E.A.D.Y to get out! (so thank you for that!)
So often, when it comes to our life’s messes, we are led to believe that authentic transparency, even to OURSELVES, means that you need to prove your victim-hood. When really, it only proves that Making Excuses Sabotages our Success. Now let me clarify about victim-hood. There’s a distinct difference between a victim mentality, as I’m referring here and having been an actual victim of something.
Learn to embrace your life’s message.
Your MESSage is all about:
- the messes you’ve been through
- the mistakes you’ve made and learned from
- the mishaps that happened and even the one’s we’ve managed to avoid. (or repeat!)
When we can learn to step outside of our expectations as it relates to whatever it is we are going through, it will not only help us grow through it, but it may just change our perspective.
I know for me, it’s easy to “judge” someone from the outside until…you find yourself or someone close to you in a similar situation or circumstance that’s the very same you were “judging”. Then what happens? Your perspective changes.
Because of an event that happened in our family nearly 6 months ago, I’ve had a huge perspective shift on something that I thought I was very set in believing. Since beginning to share our story with others it has not only helped us heal, but brought us and others so much encouragement.
Friends, if you get nothing else out of this post today, please hear this, our message (emphasis on mess) is meant to help change someone’s future for the better.
Think about that for a moment. How can your “mess-terpiece” lessons help someone on the way to piecing together their masterpiece?
Working my flawesomeness in midst of becoming a “mess-terpiece” right there with ya,
Are you having trouble with some pieces right now? I’d love to help you MAP out the pieces toward peace!