Tho I had some very good reasons for coming back to my parent's home, there were lots of reasons I felt like a failure for being there. I didn't want to accept my “What is.” I wanted to rush forward into my future and skip that part.
But it wasn't until I stopped and lived into my Now that I started to understand what profound lessons I was learning from this “What is” and what a blessing me being there was having on others. And until I embraced that “What is,” not in defeat, but in power, was I able to get the full blessing from the experience.
We are where we are for a reason, and some of those we won't know for a long time, but when we accept and live into What Is, only then can we fully live and transform.