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Day 190: Finding The Words

There is something inside of us that we absolutely have to say. There is a message tucked within our heart that is just waiting to be placed into the waiting hands of the world. However, sometimes we just don’t know what it is. We know we have something to share with the world, but we just don’t quite know what it is.

Not knowing what your message is is totally okay. There will be a point in time when you must know and you must share it with the world, but maybe that time is not yet come. Maybe you’re message has not yet found you and you must relax knowing that one day it will indeed appear in your heart. It was there all along, you simply had to discover it first.

In the meantime, search. Search for your meaning and your message because it is waiting for you. Follow the little tugs at your heart, they will guide you towards what is important. They will be your leader in the discovery of what you have to say. They will lead you to the words that you will not be able to keep inside.

Your message will spill from your lips, from your fingertips, and from everything that you do. You won’t be able to keep your message inside. When you find it, and you will, everything in your will want to push it into the world. You won’t be able to stop sharing your message with anyone who will listen. We all have a way of sharing it and in our own unique ways we will be sharing our own unique messages.

Do no hold back from sharing when you find it. There is someone out there who desperately needs to hear your message, even if it’s just one person who is touched. They are waiting and you are the one to deliver it to the doorstep of their heart.

So search for your message, look into the things that call after your heart and dig deep. There’s a spot in your heart calling for you, waiting for your to discover it. Find your message, you have something desperately important to share with the world and while you might not be able to find the words right now, you will.

Until Next Time,
Lillian Merritt

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