The Truth Down Under by Trisha Rapley...
Updated: Oct 21
I didn't think I could dig any deeper, to be honest.
But somehow I mustered up enough strength and courage to take another dive into myself to end the search for the truth.
This entailed some sleepless nights pondering over my choices to reveal another onion layer while trying to understand whether it was going to be worth the pain it may bring up.
Nevertheless, I dove deep.
The one honest thing I can say about myself is I have a deep hunger for the truth whether I like it or not. It's a double-edged sword for the most part always showing me more than I am capable of processing at the time but a journey I like to venture towards as often as it is required.
I'm headed to a place I haven't ever graced before and I know the questions are already there from past times when I encountered this door but closed it not long after it opened.
I'll pray for the patience required to be a good listener, the strength to endure whatever truths I find, and the courage to let go of all I have learned up until this point, making room for the new.
There should never be too much space in your heart for fear, you know. It's about the possibilities of things actually working out for the best without the judgement we take on before the journey even starts.
The Truth Down Under...