“I, Me and Myself” – Wednesday Write Tribe Challenge

Words That Motivate   - a-leap-of-faith

I work daily to discover the better parts of me.  There are days when I think I know myself , then out of nowhere some stranger appears. We think we know who we are, but there is more than one person buried layer upon layer — just waiting to be peeled away and used in as many ways as there are layers.

I am who I choose to be today, You and I can take giant leaps of faith and be superheroes today, but tomorrow I can be hovered in a corner by myself after an attack of life’s occasional shot of kryptonite. Each day is an adventure for me.  I just peek out from under the covers, determine the mood of the day, and either pull out my cape to tackle whatever the fearsome world throws at me or I search for covering that I find appropriate to pull myself through yet another journey of unknown discovery.

I, Me & Myself – Write Tribe Wednesday Prompt 9-17-14

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14 thoughts on ““I, Me and Myself” – Wednesday Write Tribe Challenge

  1. “I just peek out from under the covers, determine the mood of the day, and either pull out my cape to tackle whatever the fearsome world throws at me or I search for covering that I find appropriate to pull myself through yet another journey of unknown discovery.”
    Perfect lines. I go through moments of sheer confidence and utter despondency in the quest to find myself.

  2. Interesting take on the prompt!
    We must accept that every day cannot be a ‘good day’. While we obviously welcome good days, we must also take the bad days in our stride and make the most of them.

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