“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

At the end of October, I had an idea. I’ve had MANY ideas in the past, but this time I made the decision to dedicate myself to this particular idea. For the past two months, I’ve been consumed with making the idea a reality (The reason for my lack of blog postings). After blindly taking the first step, everything began to fall in place to let me know I was on the right path. There was no writer’s block while writing scripts; I had a chance meeting with the actress who I envisioned for the lead role from the inception of the idea; and a longtime friend stepped in to help me get the project running without me even asking.

I’ve never been a stranger to faith. In my 20’s, I moved to Los Angeles to pursue a dream; I created a publishing company and published my first novel; I traveled solo to destinations outside of the US. I had enough faith to move mountains. Back then, it was easy for me to hang out with faith because I didn’t have mountains in my path. Now at 35+, I feel like I’m meeting faith for the first time. The faith that I befriended last year was born from tall, rocky mountains that attempted to block the breathtaking view of my path. I’m now certain that all of the hiking and sliding and climbing that I did in 2011, was preparation for this project. I’m now in the best shape of my life! And with my new buddy of faith, there is no doubt that it’s possible to reach the top of the staircase one step at a time.


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  1. Faith is sitting in the front seat with me too! 🙂

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