Sunday Harvest. March 12, 2023 When it comes to the execution of personal visions, ideas and endeavors, I have tried, and failed, far more than I have succeeded. I have started, and stopped, given up, and quit. The very first idea and endeavor I can remember starting, and quitting, I started in college. It was called Infinite Possibilities. The details are a little hazy, but overall the idea centered around providing services and solutions for the planning and execution of third party projects. I can’t recall why I quit this one, but I do remember thinking about how long of a business name Infinite Possibilities was (21 letters to be exact) and that I needed something a little more playful, catchy and less time intensive to type out. The next thing was I. Chronicles. I, for Isis, and Chronicles as in archives. This was a Tumblr page, and my first online journal/blog. The idea was encouraged by my then boyfriend who was one of the first people, besides my mother, to support and encourage me as a writer, and storyteller.
God is so amazing. When I tell you this is my journey in a nutshell. I literally was in my prayer time thinking about all the impulsive decisions l’ve made during my purpose journey and felt a little discouraged. I recently had to pivot again and was hesitant, because of all of the changes are made in the past. Reading this gave me a new perspective and I’m so grateful for you sharing your heart through words. This has helped me feel 100% comfortable with moving forward with my new endeavor. Thanks 🙏🏽
This post comes as the right time for me. I was just thinking to myself “never give up. Stay right here in the fire” as I picked up my phone and saw the notification of your post. It’s incredible to see the fire-starter within—- the one who sees the path before our conscious minds do. The one who has already started taking action and needs no one’s validation to support the transformation and illumination. Thank you for sharing your journey. Remain blessed ❤️
It is always such an honor to read your newsletters. Beautiful, so much wisdom 🤍
Was meditating on the word sankofa yesterday and how our ancestors left us an intentional reminder (through their craftsmanship of iron gates) for us to remember this both individually and collectively. Looking back in many ways offers us clarity for our path forward. Thank you for sharing your journey 🤎