Day 24: We Dared

We dared:

To take back control of our emotions after our home had been invaded.

We dared:

To take control of our fear.

We dared:

To step out of our comfort zone and make changes in our lives.

We dared:

To move away from family and emotional support for the safety of our children.

We dared:

To take a leap of faith; to take a chance that our choice was the right one.

We dared:

To trust one one another and to support each other.

We dared:

To make the choice that we believed was right even though others were against it.

We dared.

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© Colline Kook-Chun, 2014

(This post was written for the FMF 31 day challenge hosted by Kate Motaung. Today’s prompt is: dare)

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18 thoughts on “Day 24: We Dared

    1. It is. I have found, though, that there are some who are not always willing to make big changes in their lives – especially if they are too comfortable with where they are.

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  1. Thanks for sharing, Colline. Change is a hard thing, especially when others may not understand. The important thing is finding peace in the process!

    Blessings,
    Tammy ~@~
    FMF

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  2. Everyone has to do what is best for their family even when others disagree. I think you made a brave choice to take on such an enormous move and life-style change. Congrats.

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  3. I love the way you set up the wording for day 24 – and the umph! felt was awesome.
    And for us, one thing “we dared” with our relocating – well we dared to not put it off and wait for a more convenient or dollar friendly time – instead – we moved when we needed to and I feel as we still reap the fruits of being active (if that makes sense)

    anyhow,

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    1. Thank you so much for the compliment Yvette.
      As to daring to relocate even though it was not ‘dollar friendly’ – I can understand completely. If you had waited, you may have lost your courage to dare.

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      1. Hi – well it could have been more dollar friendly for us if we would have waited six mote more months – but sometimes as we know – life is not about the bottom line of $ – sometimes we do what we gotta do because our gut tells us when…
        oh, and another thing I just love about the way you set up the wording here – well the literary style you use tells so much – but in fresh way – in these bulleted items that reveal so much. 🙂

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        1. Thank you Yvette. I chose to write this post in this way as I was thinking back to the schoolyard and the dares that are often given there (I dare you to …). My post is almost a response to those types of dares – and saying that I did dare.

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          1. ooo – I like it even more – and thanks for that extra tidbit. and again, not to sound too cheesy, but I really like the style with it.
            also, not sure if you ever heard if the Switchfoot song called “Dare you to move” – not the same exact thing, but fits in a bit =- here is the link…

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