True freedom seems frightening (45)
I raced my dog on a track and field and he didn’t stay in his lane, he just raced all over the field having fun.
Then the thought occurred to me ‘The day I stopped running in the fictional white lines painted by my previous task masters was the day I discovered a new world’
I’m all for boundaries set by my creator, moral law, integrity. I can assure you, they are far more interesting and majestic than white lines we finite human beings paint in the grass that will fade away within a season.
Learning to run your race and not restricting yourself takes three steps
- What are you trying to achieve?
- Give yourself permission to experiment beyond limits set by others
- Create skills that gives others confidence that you’re capable of running your own race
Most people comply because true freedom can seem frightening
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