achieve something that you have never achieved.”
- Lanre Solarin
For many months, you’ve been looking at this million dollar dream house in a magazine.
Then your dream comes true- you finally get the chance to see your house. When you enter the house for a quick survey, everything looks perfect at first. Then you get the goose pimples.
The house starts to look too big, too fine, too dreamy…
Too good to be true…
You then get scared and uncomfortable and the only thought running through your mind is, “Are you sure this house is meant for you? Do you deserve it? You don’t need it because you’re okay where you are. Your small apartment is just enough for your growing family. If you could manage up till now, you can still manage till you get another house.”
This was the same way I felt a few months ago. Only this time, I was about to take a trip.
I was used to a trip squashed in with 15 other passengers in a bus whose parts rattled at every bump on the road. Not to mention the smoking exhaust pipe.
Well, this time, I was in a car with few spaced out passengers, working seat belts and a DVD player for entertainment. All in one commercial vehicle. Wow!
But when I entered, my thoughts only made this statement- GET OUT NOW!
What was wrong with me?
Then it dawned on me….