That’s a story of a captain that never gave up. That’s a story of loss and learning. This is your story.
If life is an undiscovered ocean, and we are the captains of the ship called anima, then oh captain, my captain, please, be passionate and persistent cause the journey won’t be any easy. We will pass through sunny seas and turbulent weather. Sometimes, we will be lucky enough to see the sun or to seize the waves with our determination and other times, we will need to let our ship break. To see it dissolved, piece by piece. In those dark days, all we have to do is to…
“Find the calm, in the chaos.”
[hear your pain]
How? Through bravery. Because it needs the courage to see the wreckage and just instead of tears, have a smile on your face. The one of sympathy. One of the memories. That bittersweet feeling.
However, oh captain, my captain you are so dynamic and patient, that the small misfortunes would be just another story to tell and not something that would stand in your way. You can make it all over again…
“One must have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.”
[feel the struggle]
And I know you can do it, due to the rule of life. The rule of growing & learning. According to this rule, in order to grow, you have to be a lot of pain. Pain will transform you. Pain will shape you. Embrace the paradox of the rule, because…
“You have to die a few times before you can really live.”
As soon as you have understood the rule, no matter the difficulties, you will make it. But can you still endure your adventurous, travelling-through-the-oceans life? Bring to the light your truth, your mission and find the hidden meaning…
“To live is to suffer. To survive is to find some meaning in the suffering.”
[hear your pain + feel your struggle]
By every story and experiences, you have lived captain. Every island or strange taste. Every mermaid or weird cultures. Every lucky or misfortune day, keep them in mind.Collect the ones that would make you happy. The ones that say who you are. The one that would fulfill your mission. Because…
“Sometimes the wrong choices, bring us to the right places.”
[and now you have learned what balance is, captain]