Albert Camus said, “in the midst of winter, there was within me an invincible summer. And that makes me happy for it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me…within me there is something stronger, something better, pushing right back.”
I invite you to pause for a moment and let yourself feel the inspiration and truth of his words. The same indomitable spirit lives within you as well. You have the power of something greater than any outward circumstance that draws you up and into your good.
Your soul knows what it wants and why it’s here. The more you’re willing to trust that knowing beyond all else, the more unstoppable you become.
You may fall down, have the odds stacked against you or face challenges that seem to defy answers. Your ego might want to cry out in defeat, but take heart in the words of Louis Kossuth that, “it is the surmounting of difficulties that makes heroes.”
You have what it takes to triumph over adversity. The invincible spirit within knows how to take an imperfect start and turn it into a great finish. As Ralph Blum says, “Nothing is predestined. The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings.”
And in walking through those gateways to create new beginnings, you inspire others to do the same in their own lives.
Join me this Sunday in welcoming our guest speaker, Maasai Elder Clamian Kitesho, as he shares his personal message of Inspiration and Triumph over Extreme Adversity