Walking away from the storms of our lives

Have you ever had those moments when you had to choose between the devil and the deep blue sea? Or when it rains, it really pours?

I’m sure we’ve all had a couple and believe me when I say that the most difficult crossroad is the decision of walking away from that storm with your sanity intact.

These storms serve as reminders on humility, justice, morality, or simply the belief in the goodness of humanity. God places them to serve as lighthouses of our journeys in life.

No matter how you look at it, even storms have a purpose. Not all storms are meant to destroy. They also demolish the demons in our lives and clear the path so that we can start fresh, or anew.

And while all beginnings are hard, the way forward after the storm is to walk head up. There is no use battling the storm. We all end up bruised, hurt, or dead.

Some battles are just not ours to fight.

Walk away.

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