Saw Star Trek last night and loved it. Go see it on the biggest screen you have access to.
Anyways, towards the climax of the movie, Captain Kirk is faced with making a big decision, and a line he said stuck with me.
He tells Spock something along the lines of this: “I have no idea what I should do, I only know what I can do.”
It’s a really simple statement, but at a point in life where I’m asked far too often what my plans are, it resonated with me.
I’m honestly really uncertain what I should do. What career I should ultimately pursue. Where I should live. What and who I should invest my time in.
I can either take that uncertainty and allow it to sink me into a pool of stress and anger, or I can embrace it and dive in to the things I know I can do right now. I’m choosing the latter.
God is faithful. He has opened some pretty cool doors. They’re not always what (or more accurately, where) I’d expect, but I’m choosing to keep trusting Him and to step in to these opportunities confidently.