Kadima (Forward)

Kadima (Forward)

Getting up after a fall is just so hard. But we try getting up anyway. The problem is, not everyone succeeds on getting up. Like I said at my post Try Again, trying is tiring. Some grew tired trying to get up and sadly, they just remain where they fall. 😦

Good news is, there are still many of us who never stop trying and succeed getting up. And I want to say that we should not just get up, we should get going. We should keep moving starting from where we fell. And the best way to go is FORWARD.Β There is no other way.

You must think this post is just for those who succeed getting up. NO.Β Think about the babies. They can’t stand yet, right? But that doesn’t mean they don’t move forward because they do. So here’s my point,

Β When you fall, try getting up.

If you can’t, then crawl,

But Crawl Forward.β‡’β‡’β‡’

We all fall from time to time. There’s no preventing it. There are many cliffs, bumps, broken stairs, uncovered manholes and all other stuffs along the way which can make us fall. Besides, it’s almost like someone intentionally put them in our way for us to fall.

It’s frustrating, right? But try being positive. Just try. No matter how weΒ fall, weΒ have to get up, instead of giving up. But if weΒ really can’t then we crawl. Let’s crawl towards the finish line if weΒ have to. We don’t always have to labelΒ ourselves as runners because whether we admit it or not, we’re human beings. We grow weary.

Let us crawl as if our lives depend on it because actually it is. It’s either we move forward or we don’t.

Consider these:

A Runner doesn’t go back at the starting line even if someone already won, heΒ still runs forward, even if it’s just for the sake of pride and dignity.

A baby won’t crawl back to her mother’s womb even after seeing how messed up the world outside is. She’ll learn to embrace the outside world and deals with it.

 

Who am I to tell these things, you might wonder. I am just like you. I am someone who already fell countless times before, but did get up. I am someone who’s falling right now, but isn’t afraid if my butt get hurt or get scrapes on my knees.

I am someone who’s definitely going to fall again in the future, God knows how many times. I’ll just read this post every time my butt or knees hit the ground, as a reminder. Because from time to time, we forget what we should do, especially whenΒ we find ourselves in difficult times.

Last point: Look at the image above. Kadima. It’s a Hebrew word for Forward. Anyway, I put a candle as the first line of the letter K.

What’s with the candle?

It’s LIGHT.Β If we are going forward, we need light because it’ll be one hard journey without it. And how can we be sure we’re moving towards the right path if we can’t see the way?

So I pray that you allΒ find the right light that may guide you in your way. May you all find something, or someone, that will bright up your world.

Thanks for reading πŸ™‚

 

Falling and will try getting up,

Lili. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Kadima (Forward)

  1. And as a baby crawls, she starts to feel that her legs are becoming stronger than the last day. Again, she crawls. Now, she feels that she can stand. She tries but fails. Again, she tries and fails. She doesn’t know the meaning of “NEVER GIVE UP”, but she feels and after some couple of tries, she stands and starts to see the world from a different point of view.
    Stay well. Live fully. Peace.

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