Uncertainty can be scary, especially when you re-encounter it after a long while. You become so comfortable with knowing that you are almost “there” that you almost overlook the miracle when it arrives.
You expect to feel pain when dealing with uncertainty, so you become disconnected with yourself. I have put myself in a trench after encountering risk to escape from making a choice. As I was making the decision, I remembered that those in the seen and unseen supported me.
I decided I would rather face uncertainty while holding hands with tenacity, than tiptoeing around the edge of the cliff.
Holding your hand as you make the leap,