LOTUS FLOWER AF A B

On the Rise

"Your current circumstance is your vehicle; Not your destination. Use it to get to where you want to be!"

The lotus flower has to grow at the bottom of it’s environment and reach the water’s surface in order to blossom. It is not until it reaches the surface of the water, that the lotus flower blossoms. What is on the inside of the bulb is not revealed until the bulb gets to the place where it can bloom.

There’s a theory that the thicker the mud, the more beautiful the lotus flower will be once it blooms. I personally believe that the lotus flower is most beautiful because it is determined to reach the light above the water’s surface. When the lotus flower blossoms, it does not look like what it has been through. 

The lotus flower could not flourish at it’s full capacity at the level it was once in. In other words, the flower could not blossom in the mud, so it had to rise above it!

Like the lotus flower, you have to refuse to be stagnated. You have to be sure of who and what it is that you are destined to blossom into. The becoming stages are the growing phases. Use what is hindering you and let it assist in birthing you. Use all of the doubt, ill wishes and nay-says from those around you as fuel to help you PUSH through!

“Your current circumstance is your vehicle; Not your destination. Use it to get to where you want to be!”

If you are reading this and have gotten this far, I say to you:

Push through. Keep going. You may not see the light, but if you can sense in your spirit that there is something greater for you than what life is for you now, then you know it’s there. If you’re down, or even not where you want to be, then that must mean you’re on your way up. You are on the rise!

Vaya Boone

 

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