Some people, though, show the guts and the bravery not to stop doing this until they see that they are needed.
Each morning when they get out of bed, they are eager to feel this sense of urgency to inspire others, and the fear of wasting this calling even once.
Is it a surprise then, that when they choose to do things others were afraid of, over time they become the people we can't live without, the people whom we would miss, if they would be gone?
The first step that's needed for you to become this person is to give yourself the permission to say "go".
It's what you've always wanted all along, isn't it?
[Thanks to Irena and Dovile for inspiration]
Prelude (p. 1) from 12 Pièces, Op.16 by Leon Boellmann (1862-1897), French Romantic composer and organist.
Jesus, Joy of Man’s Desiring