Is It Worth It?

You know what’s tiring? It’s learning that a lot of problems exist to people around you but you can’t have any solution at hand. It’s learning that as we grow old, life becomes more complicated than you expected it to be. That goals aren’t just goals, desires aren’t just desires. They are struggles too. They are complications too. And sometimes it changes you. It affects your relationships and your values for better or for worse. But what if your desires burden you rather than inspire, will it still be worthwhile? What if your desires complicate everything instead of simplify, is it worth pursuing?  I didn’t see this coming. That desires can burden people rather than inspire.

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5 thoughts on “Is It Worth It?”

  1. Hi, Jane! Thank you for following my blog! I’m glad to visit your blog as well. It’s nice to read this latest posts too about desires being burdens… I never looked at them this way. Maybe they could be burdens when we’re focusing on them more rather than our relationships. When we’re too focused on the goal, we could forget the people who taught us and supported us. Whichever manner your desires are becoming a burden, I pray that soon it won’t be anymore, that it becomes inspiring again for you and many others.

    Looking forward to your new posts and how God will use you to write and paint a beautiful story around Him and the life He’s blessed you with, Jane! Truly thankful to have met you over at Instagram with Arriane Serafico’s Dare to Share IG Challenge! 🙂

    1. Arliiii I’m glad I’ve met you too through the challenge. Your page is amazing! Wish I could draw my stories too. But I know we’ve given enough gifts to pursue this creative passion. Thank you for your kind words on this post of mine. God bless you too girl!

      1. Thank you, Jane! I’m sorry for the late reply – I only saw this now! Yes, God has given us gifts to spread His Word and love to others. Let’s use them well. 🙂 God bless you, Jane!

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