To BE a warrior in your life means stepping out of other people’s beliefs about what is ‘normal.’ The so-called “norm” is and always will be subjective and personal to each of us as it varies from person to person, after all, we all have grown up and processed life differently.
In so many ways we live the fable, Alice in Wonderland, we all grapple at times with our identity, our lives and the mundane of it all, asking ourselves, who am I, why am I here and where am I going?
Alice, before she fell into the rabbit hole, led an ordinary life, passively living her moments until a crazy hyper rabbit rolls by talking to himself; catches her attention.
The adventure begins. Alice was in for many life lessons and about to meet all kinds of objects, people, and situations that were NOT normal to her, nor did she understand them. All sorts of characters were about to tell her what to do and what not to do.
During all the mystifying events that took place around her, Alice eventually figures out how to take control of her circumstances and starts inquiring and asserting herself.
Life throws us events, people, and situations that we cannot always prepare for no matter who told us how to do things, react to situations and behave towards all the encounters in life.
Adventures in life are how we fall in love with ourselves and others. It is what brings us out, challenges our beliefs, gets us to think about the possibilities waiting for us if we are willing to ‘step outside’ the ‘status quo’ in life.
Life can be an awe-inspiring adventure; What is normal for me, surely will not be for you.
Fall down the rabbit hole and enter to the unknowns in life and discover more of who you are without your stories and discover YOUR wonderland! Love yourself enough to Stand up, Stand out and Get out, the world is waiting for you! Dolby Dharma
“But it’s no use now,” thought poor Alice, “to pretend to be two people! Why there’s hardly enough of me left to make one respectable person!”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass