Sometimes, when you know, you just know.
How often do we just know something and sidestep it or ignore it or ask for further justification of why it ought to be? How much time do we waste in the meandering before we just reach out and claim what we know to be ours?
Probably more than we ought to. So here’s to claiming, owning, leaping and acting on our knowing.
(Wedding invitation of brilliance via Matt Dorfman’s Motherboard)