Be brave enough to travel the unknown path, and learn what you are capable of.

Sometimes what you are most afraid of doing is the very thing that will set you free.

Living in the unknown, can act was a way to catapult you farther and faster towards knowing yourself, what you are capable of, and what you contribute to others.

The difference between the road frequently travelled and less travelled is that, the road frequently travelled uses the tried and tested methods. One travels in the same path that most people have used.

If it was never a successful path, it never easy to know firsthand to divert to a different one. It is easier to travel because you might know the previous results from past experiences and in most cases than not, a short cut.

When one uses the less travelled path, there are no past experiences or success most of the time. You enter or venture into the unknown. It might be a long, hard and trying path because track records might be far or few in between.

It is for “disruptors”, people who like to do the unusual in order to disrupt the current status qou. It is when you go through this path that you are truly tested. By being brave, you will be able to learn to find out how actually strong.

Do not despair or loose hope when it looks like a difficult path to follow but persevere until you reach your final destination.

An unknown or path of limited knowledge does not have to be scary. It can actually be exhilarating and fun. It is all in the perspective and that has a lot to do with your traumas and fears. If you are feeling scared or stuck, it is time to ask yourself, “What is holding me back?” and do not be afraid to face it.

You are so supported and watched over. You just have to get to a place where you can trust that and yourself and as always, never feel alone – You are never really in the “unknown”.

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Until next week Tuesday, bye-bye for now.

Yours Truly
Tshepo Ishmael Phetoane