Sometimes people get hurt because life doesn’t owe us anything. We are born and the rest is up to us. If you want something in life, you only owe it to yourself to go out and get it. But when that happen, how hard is to turn the pain into an opportunity for learning and personal development? I have been thinking for days how to share a recent experience I have been through.
Recently I felt the betrayal of the man I loved. He plunged a knife into my chest and instantly I start bleeding. I felt that every day I was dying on the inside. It was an unrecognisable pain, like every cell on my body was screaming. Life is an interesting journey and based on previous experiences I knew that I get into a sort of a crossroad and it’s up to me to decide the best way to go.
Emotionally I was completely out of my comfort zone but I knew that every ending is actually a new beginning. It was an opportunity to reborn stronger and wiser that I was before. The suffering actually helped me to see deeper and realise how many valuable internal resources I have.
I was capable of living in the present moment only after I stop looking back into the past. I start feeling alive again, and my present moment is about new places, new people and exciting sport adventures.
I remembered how important is to be authentic about who you are and what you feel. Maria was everything about authenticity from the very first moment I met her in Malta, maybe that’s why we had such an amazing connection. And George was the man who accept the challenge to run on an unknown path. He is a grateful man who learned valuable lessons about people and friendship. He is now giving back kindness in a very natural way.
Running on the Maltese cliffs was an experience above expectations. I was happy, I was there and I was grateful!