Everything
you want
is just
outside
your comfort zone.
1

I used to have a comfort zone where I knew I wouldn't fail. The same four walls and busywork
were really more like jail. I longed so much to do the things I'd never done before, But stayed
inside my comfort zone and paced the same old floor.

I said it didn't matter that I wasn't doing much. I said I didn't care for things like commission
checks and such. I claimed to be so busy with the things inside the zone, But deep inside,
I longed for something special of my own.

I couldn't let my life go by just watching others win. I held my breath; I stepped outside
and let
the change begin.

I took a step
and with new strength I'd never felt before, I kissed my comfort zone goodbye and closed and
locked the door.

If you're in a comfort zone,
afraid to venture out,
  Remember that all winners
  were at one time
  filled with doubt.

                  A step or two and words of praise
                  can make your dreams come true.
                  Reach for your future with a smile;
                  success is there for you!
2
Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself.

You are a child of the universe,
no less than the trees and stars;
you have a right to be here,

and whether or not it is clear to you;
no doubt the universe
is unfolding as it should.
3
Move out of your comfort zone.
You can only grow if you are willing
to feel awkward and uncomfortable
when you try something new.
4

Leaving one's comfort zone is no small chore!
I've learned this first hand.
I can say that when all's said and done
it's worth it!
5
Acknowledgements:
[1] ~Robert Allen
[2] -My Comfort Zone ~Author Unknown
[3] ~Max Ehrmann, Desiderata
[4] ~Brian Tracy
[5] ~Josh Hinds
MorningStar Inspirations from
Dawn Cove Abbey
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From the eBook: "One! The Journey hOMe", by Klaas Tuinman MA, © 2007-2020

Questions and comments welcomed.
My Comfort Zone