Not a single person goes through life unaffected by the actions of others, or the events that unfold as we live in today’s society.
In our youngest, most formative years, along with the good, the amazing, the magical, we also seem to soak up the fears, the anxiety’s and prejudices as if by osmosis from those most influential to us. A handing off of the human torch as it were, sometimes swinging adversely from one extreme to the other. We often hear, “I”ll never be like my dad” “I’ll never be like my Mum” and in a stroke of spontaneous “action / reaction” another unbalanced outcome has been created for yet another lifetime, and so, the cycle, continues… Sometimes it is purely a hard life, with no interjection of love and safety from a mother or father, that causes such emotional calluses, whereby the fears and phobias creep in for another generation.
Todays’ world is especially cruel, especially harsh, moments are never just moments any more. Those embarrassing instances that in the past would dissipate into moments and ripples of time are now captured, poked and prodded and dissected cruelly in our new social world, ever widening the cancerous mass that slowly eats at our so called humanity.
The most successful of us all, no matter how “confident” and “together” we might appear, have our weaknesses, our phobias, and insecurities. It is life itself that slowly hands us the events over time, that will give us opportunities to overcome our all too human, (as some might say) “flaws”.
The Path We Take is a massive attempt to help you see, you are not alone. What others have encountered, and how they overcome, and maybe how you can too. But more than this, that you are not now and never will be, alone in your battles. That if someone else can encounter such issues and see it through, then you can too.
Taking the lessons from those before you, that you might see success is possibly only a little adjusting of your course through life, your attitude through life, and creating the right path to take…