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When I’m having a hard time, she usually says, “It will be okay in the end, Sarah.”
Over ten years I’ve been blessed to find myself wandering to 11 countries for missions, internships, leadership school, and, occasionally, the need to simply get out and expand my world perspective. People ask, “What is it like going, traveling, wondering, and being like a modern day nomad?”
Reader, if you do one thing next year, call your home your home. Just do it. No matter where it is, commit to it now. Commit to being at home where you live.
Sometimes we avoid hard questions because we’re scared of the unknown.
Your faith, whatever it may be, isn't going to look like the faith of the person next to you. You aren't the person next to you. You have a piece inside of yourself that is so unique and lovely, and it's up to you to shake off what isn't you anymore and protect what is.
When I was at my most broken in this last season, my roommate sat with me on the couch and silently listened as I exploded with confusion. She turned to me and said, “Paige, what is going to bring you the most freedom in this?”
Let’s look like hope for one another, showing up over and over with the simple reminder of our presence that everything may not be okay, but we can be not okay together. And if there are days we simply don’t want to talk about it, let’s laugh.
We came back. We said “I’m sorry” carefully, without certainty at first, and then in ways that weren’t words. That was okay. I am learning with her that it is okay to have a lot to feel, a lot to say. It is okay to ask for love and okay to rebuild a foundation.
Whether you’re a homebody or an adventure-seeker, here are three ways I’ve learned to seek adventure everyday.
You’re gonna find a way to make things work, and even though it might take a little while, your life is going to become brighter than you ever thought it could.