Falling Short

In the quest for a more conscious life, we have high aspirations for who we want to present as in the world. However, there will be many times that we miss the mark. Whether that is due to fear, or anger or a bruised ego, it’s certain to happen. We cycle in and out of awareness.

By accepting the fluctuation as part of the human condition, the potential for growth increases. There is less room for self-blame and self-judgment. Falling short becomes a catalyst for something better.

Tweet this: Shortcomings present shortcuts to growth.

 

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