Do you constantly ask yourself why you're going through the things you are? In today's episode, Emma hands us a little dose of hope for the uncertain times.
If you could talk to you, this is what it would sound like. In under five-minute clips, the Life Letters™ explores the topics of growth, change, self-love, relationships, and happiness. Hosted by author Emma Grace of Instagram’s hugely popular 'Live in the Details,' the Life Letters™ will hand you a daily dose of the words you never knew you always needed to hear.
Podcast Transcript: I wrote Untangling during one of the more tumultuous times in my life— last summer. For those of you currently reading it, just make sure you don’t miss the acknowledgments section. Just don’t. It tells a little more of the story. And you won’t want to miss it. Untangling is a book first about loss— and then, and most importantly, about growth. And for all of you, I am going to let you in on a little secret. Two weeks after I finished writing this book— after I finished navigating all the chapters of loss and growth and healing— I ran headfirst into the person that made the entire journey to get there worth it. Now, that’s a story for another book— but I do want to remind all of you who are out there searching— that life has its plans. It does. Life has a purpose for what it puts us through, and how long it takes for us to get there. Life has a purpose for every no. For every not yet. For every goodbye. And I can’t tell you how long you are going to need to wait, or where (or from whom) your growth will ultimately come from. All I can promise you (just like the story I tell in Untangling) is that this life puts things in your path to steer you in the direction you need to go. There IS a reason for what you’re walking through. There is always a reason, love. So if you’re walking through the darkness right now— through the chaos, the confusion— just hang on. Hang on because your ‘one day’ is coming. It is. And it’s incredible.
Main music by Monplaisir. Song "Helice." From the Free Music Archive. Licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication. Podcast intro also by Monplaisir. Song "Z Z." Licensed under a CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.