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Taking Comfort in Being Lost

24 Mar 2016

I've felt a bit lost since arriving in Vietnam. Afterall, I have been dreaming of this moment for so long, that I got off the plane with many high expectations of what this journey would feel like.

 

I think I expected to feel a confirmation that this is where I'm meant to live. I think I expected to immediately feel at home. And I certainly expected to trapse confidently around this country.

 

So, when those feelings haven't quite come, I find myself anxiously questioning my decision to make such a grand leap to move to the other side of the planet.

 

But I read two quotes that are making me take another look at this anxiety I feel. Both of which I came across while reading Seth Godin's What To Do When It's Your Turn:

To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself.

- Søren Kierkegaard

And it hit me: Of course, I am feeling unsure in my footing.

 

I just dared to reach for one of my biggest dreams, for crying out loud.

 

 

Instead of only seeing the insecurity of a dream, why not look at wavering as a sign you're doing something so wonderfully outside your comfort zone that you are an explorer.

"The explorer is the person who is lost." 

- Tim Cahill

What is worth losing your footing for a moment so as to not lose yourself? What project are you exploring enough to feel confidently lost? Why not take comfort from being lost?

 

Destiny Yarbro

24 March 2016

Saigon, Vietnam

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