Pushing Through the Fear

I just watched The King’s Speech and in addition to the superb acting, which was clearly top notch, I also loved how inspiring the message was. 
 I don’t want to give too much away for those of you who haven’t seen it yet, but I can say that it’s about being brave enough and determined enough to conquer your fears. To face them no matter what obstacles you encounter. To plow right through them to get closer to your dreams. 
I feel so inspired after watching this, and I definitely recommend it to all of you!
I found these quotes about conquering our fears that I also wanted to share:
You block your dream when you allow your fear to grow bigger than your faith.
Mary Manin Morrissey
Panic at the thought of doing a thing is a challenge to do it.
Henry S. Haskins
There are very few monsters who warrant the fear we have of them.
Andre Gide

Fear is the cheapest room in the house.  I would like to see you living in better conditions.
Surrounding myself with inspiring movies and motivational quotes encourages me to push past my own fears and live my ideal life. 
If it isn’t scary, it means that I’m comfortable. And if I’m comfortable, I’m not growing. And if I’m not growing, I’m not learning. And if I’m not learning, then why am I here? 
My belief is that we are each here to learn to come back to our soul – to grow – and to take these lessons with us when we leave.
And it all starts with pushing through the fear.
So let’s all get out there and start pushing!


Pushing Through the Fear — 4 Comments

  1. I just found you on Etsy, I'm totally following you now after see this post. I LOVE this movie! I rented it after it first came out and I went out and bought it immediately and made my mom watch it with me. It's so good!


  2. Thank you! The movie is in my Netflix queue.
    Now I'm even more excited to see it.

    LeAnn aka pasqueflower

  3. Well said, Jodi! Why are we all here if we don't learn and grow?


  4. Welcome, Lauralee! I'm so glad you're here! :)

    Please let me know what you think of it after you watch it, LeAnn.

    Thanks so much, Alice! :)