Life is about stumbling.
We stumble on our way, even when we set a goal, or we are focused, know our way, or have a target. We stumble everyday; we meet people we never ask for, we reach places never thought of, we get ideas we never expected, we reach new horizons we never explored. How we view stumbling can be annoying, a slow down, or a waste of time, but can also be viewed to be a beautiful surprise, a bound experience, a lucky meet, and a choice to open our arms and welcome it even if it is not great.
If we give our stumbles a wide eye, an open heart, a listening ear, we might find ourselves only reaching closer to the truth, to our inner soul, to what we truly want. The choices, the goals, the questions we set in life are all based on experience, and projections we have built throughout our life. Sometimes they are what we truly want, and sometimes they turn to be not.
Stumbling can be our assurance to where we are heading, or can be our transformation of our decisions in life. It will either show us a new road, a new drive into our soul, or it will guarantee to us that where we want to reach or plan to achieve is truly what we want and who we truly are to be.
So let us look forward to stumble, upon the good and the bad while we are heading somewhere, and let us view the stumbles as a reassurance, a motivational test and view it as part of the secretes of life.