Thriving Thursdays: What if I Fall – Part 2 – Guest Post by Teagan Riordain Geneviene…

 See What if I fall Part 1 HERE

What if I fall?  What if someone laughs?  What if it’s expensive?  What if it’s a no return ramp exit?  What if—?Are you afraid you’ll fall?  Yet you don’t want that nagging fear to hold you back, right?  Well, sometimes we just have to redefine our perception of things.  Would you really be falling?

“Did you just fall?”charlie-chaplin-fell-down

“No.  I attacked the floor.”

Go ahead and attack the floor.  If you even got up and tried — the truth is, that’s more than most people do.  That alone means you didn’t really fall.  Did you learn something from that failed attempt?  About yourself, or about how you’re doing things?  Then you didn’t really fall.

“There is freedom waiting for you,
On the breezes of the sky,
And you ask “What if I fall?”
Oh but my darling,
What if you fly?”
― Erin Hanson

Flying man w umbrella

Wishing you a thriving Thursday,

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24 thoughts on “Thriving Thursdays: What if I Fall – Part 2 – Guest Post by Teagan Riordain Geneviene…

    • Haha. You are a wise man, David. 😀 When I was a child, every time I took a tumble (which was rather frequently — I’ve always been a klutz), my father would ask me “Did you hurt the floor?” Which when I was very young seemed the most ridiculous thing to say, so I was puzzled out of my pain. Then as I got into my teens, it infuriated me to the point that I again forgot my pain.
      But I’d much rather have you pick me back up than just be annoyed or confused. That’s true friendship.
      Have a hug-filled thriving Thursday. 🙂

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