Family/Parenting · Life

Even if…

There are so many times in life when we are faced with a decision.  And we all know with decisions there are outcomes or consequences – both good and bad.  So, most people weigh the pros and cons and come up with scenarios in their head as to how things will work out.  Which, by the way, are almost always never accurate.

But here is my experience and words of advice.  As hard as it is, always speak the truth. And trust me, there are times when I don’t even take my own advice and I try to wiggle around it because it may hurt someone indirectly or I may not be prepared for the outcome.  But every time I tell the truth, and most times my voice does shake, it feels like a huge weight lifted off my shoulders.

If you think about it, if you are passionate about something and you believe in it so much, more than likely your voice will shake.  And that’s not a bad thing and you should never apologize for.

So many people in life have no passion…for anything.  They just go through this life, day in and day out, just getting by.  They are not really living.  And we were put on this earth to live – I mean REALLY LIVE!  We are here to make a difference somehow.  So while I may be passionate about saving dogs and you wonder why because you think there are more important things to worry about such as starving children, it takes all of us working together and supporting each other to make a global difference.  To change the world for the better.  So it truly does take all of us to make a difference.

I will leave you with this last thought.  If you are passionate about something speak up. Make a difference. Let your voice shake. Don’t sit back and think someone else will do it. Take action and know you’ve done the right thing.


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