Don’t Put A Timeline on Things


It’s terrifying not to have a concrete life plan to follow. But isn’t it precisely this that makes it so exciting? Isn’t it this that makes life so much more enjoyable?

Take a look at it. Sit down and think about it for a long time.

We were born into this world to live a passionate and uninterrupted life; to rewrite society’s norms and create a captivating story, one that God has given us the opportunity to make our own, unashamedly and unapologetically. To travel the world, to share our stories with those in need, to make a difference, to open our hearts to desire more. The truth is that everything in love and life happens unexpectedly.

So, why do we keep imposing deadlines on either? Because maybe, just maybe, God has a bigger plan for us; that when we feel lost or alone, it’s because we’ve learned our way around it through faith and time. We learn to welcome any chance to share the love in our hearts and our personal stories with the people around us.

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4 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      Thank you. I am glad you agree with the thoughts in the post.


  1. Coming from someone that feels a bit empty inside lately, I noticed that when I set goals and a time-line I feel like I have a purpose. And when there is no more plan to follow I feel lost and a bit empty…but I understand how some people prefer to go with the flow.

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    1. GS says:

      There is no fixed way of living life. We all should follow what our heart says. 😊

      Liked by 1 person

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