Nobody gets lost intentionally.
There is no process to getting lost.
Even if you just run in random directions, you’re where you want to be.
You’re only lost if you had a destination to reach to in the first place.
Let’s say I want to go north. No matter how much I pray, cry, fast or sacrifice goats, if I choose to keep walking south I’ll never reach my destination or somehow arrive north.
Today I was talking to a friend who kindly advised me that it’s time for me to grow up and make mature decisions. That I should not cater to just the idea of doing well but actually work hard towards making my passion(s) a reality.
I can pray as much as I want but if I continue to be lazy, I won’t reach a place that benefits from hard work. Naturally you reap what you sow.
There’s nothing wrong with being on the wrong path, there is something wrong with staying on it and pretending it’s the right path.
Turning unto the right path requires a set of changes leading to correction, evaluating your current state, re-routing, losing a little time, cutting some losses and the chance of embarrassment that others will find out. But surely relief will follow.
In all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight
At Your command, I will set out.
Inspired by Pastor Ryan Foo.
Thinking of: Stopping.