Slaying the dragon
Now, understand that I love the ”How to train your dragon”-series, and I am not talking about slaying those kind of dragons. I’m referring to the nightmares, the fears, the doubt. The thoughts we keep feeding ourselves and others that we might not be good enough, we’re incapable, or just ”too much” as we stand out from the crowd.
But we’re not done with life, are we? You wouldn’t say about a pancake batter that ”it’s not good enough”, when you know it’s more work left to come.
In fear comes courage, when we face the problem. And most of all, I would tell you to be so courageous that you can show gratitude & love to yourself and your experiences.
Because you are just not done yet. Keep fighting.