There is a temptation to play it safe.
I struggle with this every single day.
The temptation is to stick with what you know, talk more then actually doing things and provides opinions rather then solutions.
Safety is a value we are taught from a very young age. Things like looking both ways before you cross, not touching the stove or talking to strangers are all things that keep us safe. But inside this safety that protects us we start to get so comfortable with this place that we confuse what we are suppose to not play safe.
Life is not meant to be safe.
There is no hall of fame for those that play it safe.
We don’t celebrate safe decisions, we celebrate those that take risk.
We don’t mimic those that never stepped out, we mimic those that jumped without the safety net.
The temptation every day is to play it safe, but the only way to truly live is to step out from safety, embrace the unknown and live where safety cannot be found.