Every Sunrise is a new Beginning

Every sunrise is a new beginning. It is for the flower that opens looking to the sun. It is for the birds flying. For the tree that grows freely or for the man who has awakened to a new day. 

It is the same with our lives. Every day is a new beginning.

A new beginning is in:

Failure

Usually, when making mistakes, you see that as something wrong. You see it as an end. Thus, you may be afraid to continue what you were doing. You are afraid of trying something else. In fact, you are afraid of the unknown. However, every time you start again, you step over your fear.

Marriage and birth

Every marriage is a new beginning. Divorce is an end that brings a new beginning in your life. Also, a child brings a new chapter in your life. He will be a good part of your life.

Tragedy

Though, life is neither just about good things nor bad things. It is a mix of both. Bad things happen and always do, but they have their role in just writing pages of your own story. They have their role making us to see a beginning at every end.

No beginning is easy, especially after a tragedy. You do not know what to do, where to walk to, you feel that you do not live the same way. In fact, you won’t do it anymore because what has left your life left a void that needs to be filled. Sometimes you feel that the emptiness is huge and cannot be filled with someone or something else. However, the laws of physics show us that every void is filled with something new. You are the one who can decide who or what will fill that in your life.

Thus, each end is a change that comes in our life. What will fill it is a start as you continue your journey for another chunk of time. In addition, every time, people and things that have the role of guiding you will appear in your way.

Everything new or bad bring a change. Each change means an adaptation to something different. It means going over past, taking with you what was good and learning new things.

Why fear for a new beginning?

To start something new should not mean:

  • Fear that you may be wrong. That means you have to take it all over again. You do not know because you were not taught that you can make mistakes and learn more when making them. Yet, you have to try it again or try something else, for you have to move forward.

You do not have to postpone what you were doing, for nobody else is going to do it for you. Do what you wanted previously. What you live is not a nightmare. Your pain is part of your life. Make your life easier accepting that and do what you feel you have to do!

  • There is also the fear of the unknown. Fear of not knowing what consequences your action may have. You are afraid of the emptiness in your life, although each emptiness is to be filled even if you do not know how and what with, at the time of your mistake or tragedy.

For action, your mind is taught to look for solutions and see with your eyes for believing. It is not easy, but you can learn to follow your soul. Do what you feel, even if you don’t know where that action will take you.

  • At the same time, there is a fear of risk. In addition, you do need to take action. You need to start doing that thing that you’re afraid of, because

“Before Everything Happens,
We Must First Begin.” ― Dragos Bratasanu

Everything is about a new beginning

Coming into this life is a new beginning. Getting walking and talking is another start. It is a new start when moving from kindergarten to school. A new beginning is a transition from the primary school to the gymnasium, then to the high school. Moving to a college, a new job, a marriage or divorce are all new beginnings in your life. And you do them.

I said in an old post that I have worked abroad, so I opted for a new start. When I returned to my country, I ended another chapter of my life and had a new beginning.

I moved from town to village, from a flat to a country house. I used to live using gas and running water. I started using water from my own fountain and setting up a wood-fired oven because I opted for that start. When I moved, I didn’t know how to use the stove. I didn’t know how to cut wood. Now, I cut them using the hand saw and the ax. I didn’t know how to mow the grass, but I can use the scythe when I need to. All because I wanted the change.

Looking around, you can see change all around in nature and can learn from it to have a new beginning.

Every sunrise is a new beginning

The night is an end that brings a new day. It is a new beginning. Nature undresses her clothes in autumn and winter for putting them on again in spring and summer. The new year is an end giving birth to a new beginning.

Every sunrise is a new beginning. It is a new opportunity. 

Each seed means a new beginning. We can choose to wet it and take care of it or let it dry. That seed comes from our soul and desires.

Failure is not the end. The tragedy is not the end. Every end is a new beginning. Everything has a new beginning. We can look at the ashes of dreams or loved ones and cry for as it is an end. Yet, in this end, there is always a new beginning. As Craig D. Lounsbrough says:

“Today’s ashes are tomorrow’s soil.”

It is the soil of new dreams, of new relationships. It is the continuation of life in other places, conditions, with other people, in a different way than we knew before. Actually, being alive means your choice to start again because every sunrise is a new beginning!

With Love,

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Copyright © 2019 manuela@inalove.world

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16 thoughts on “Every Sunrise is a new Beginning

    1. Of course, you make sense! I agree with you, for we all learn or re-learn! There is a fear of success, too! In my opinion, it comes from a fear of not being good enough, not being worthy, and a lack of confidence.
      Thank you very much for reading and sharing your thoughts! Thank you for your appreciation!

  1. You are an amazing person Manuela, I love each of your posts. Thank you for spreading such positive vibes around the world. The world really needs it now more than ever before.

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