As I Move on

I’ve been sliding off pictures on my phone for some minutes now. It dawned on me that I’ve been to many places, met many people and had a lot of fun. But something else struck me – I’ve passed through different things that taught me a lot.

I’ve had a lot of experiences that shaped who I am today and I will have many more experiences that forge who I will be. These individual episodes, many of which I cannot vividly remember now, are the countless wool woven together to make the tapestry of my life.

Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.
-Eckhart Tolle

The truth be told, many of these experiences are not palatable, they are not adventures I would ever volunteer to go again. However, the lessons I gained are so priceless that I feel the ordeal was worth every single one of them. The Beautiful Mess

In the not too-distant-future, I’ll be looking back to my present situation. I would have understood why God allowed me to pass through all of these. It would have been so clear to me why these several trials have chose to come my way. The flawless and beautiful sequel would have been meticulously woven too tight to be loosened from me.

The aftermath is me. The sapient me that has been redefined through the series of mutating episodes. The ineluctable splashy fibre of the beautiful butterfly unveiled by the chrysalis.

So I’ll trust the process, because it is worth every single happening!!!


9 thoughts on “As I Move on

  1. Thanks Sayge.

    It goes to say that, “if our yester-experiences made our today’s us , we must be very careful our we live and handle today’s experiences for they are wools for our tomorrow’s fabric-selves”

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  2. Wonderful piece, keep writing to inspire us. Seems one needs be intentional about what one allows in one’s life today since it would forever be part of one’s memory.

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