Go out to sea


“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” –William G.T. Shedd

What are you longing to do, to see, to make? Where do you want to go? What thing would you think back on at the end of your life and feel the most sorrow for having not tried?

Listen to the small still voice inside of you. It’s there right now, whispering under the chatter of every day life. No amount of time or noise can drown it out.

I’m talking to every single one of you, especially those who believe it’s too late.

I’m talking to myself.

We all need safe harbor. But we also need the wide open sea. Too much time in either place makes us weary, scared, and sad.

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