MK2 WK17hj: Walking with Fear

Hero’s Journey. The sound of it speaks of adventurous exploits and brave paths going where no person has gone before. And so it is. Going into my heart and answering the question WHAT DO YOU WANT, Miriam? This is the synthesizing question. Then having the courage to take the next step forward toward that goal and the step after, and so on, until I reach the goal.

Fear is available to protect me at every turn. It whispers (or screams), warning me to stay in the place of safety. Suggesting that safety, where I know how life works and what the landscape looks like is what I really need. But I don’t. There’s something inside of me drawing me to grow, to become become better and more than I am.

So, thanking the fear for its protective heart, I’m quietly letting fear know it’s safe to move on. The goal isn’t to know every detail or be assured up front of how life will be. The goal is to grow and explore and embrace the adventure.

Hush please, fear. And if you cannot, it’s okay. I’m acknowledging and thanking you and walking forward toward adventurous exploits and brave paths. I don’t know what’s around the next bend, but together my fear and I will find out!


12 thoughts on “MK2 WK17hj: Walking with Fear”

  1. Miriam I love your HJ week 17 blog as I’m also a victim of fear. As I pray each day for guidance, strength, perseverance, and wisdom, I say out loud throughout each day, “Fear not, only believe.” It has been pure joy and a pleasure learning and growing with you in this Hero’s Journey with you my fellow Royal One.
    Hugs&Harmony, Naz xo🙏☝️❤️🤙🗝👩‍🚒🚒👑


    1. Thank you for your kindness my powerful, beautiful friend. Only believe was the verse Smith Wigglesworth used in his healing crusades and introduced many to Jesus with healing signs and wonders. Only believe… God has us here to learn and to grow and encourage us then and us out! It’s been a pleasure on my end as well. Hugs and Harmony (my fav sign off) ❤️😎👨‍🚒👸🏻

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  2. I bought a planner last year from a website that promoted growth and learning and achieving your goals. Their motto was “Do It Scared!” Your words remind me of that mantra, but in a much more gentle tone. Blessings, my friend!


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