Passivity is a thief of destiny. Passivity is blinded to the urgency for action. Passivity says, “Tomorrow will do.” Passivity robs vision of urgency. Without urgency, necessity slumbers. Without necessity, revelation is reduced to another good idea.
The raging battle you just barely escaped produced in you the wisdom you need to free yourself from the repetitive cycle of failure and defeat, and to create a future that doesn’t repeat such brutality. What did you do with it?
If you haven’t acted on what you swore you would do if you just made it out of what you came through alive, passivity has stolen your destiny. Kick passivity to the curb by acting on, and engaging in, what you said you would do if you made it out of what you just went through. Write the book. Mend the relationship. Sing the song. Send the letter. Start the business. Make the call. Your destiny is eagerly waiting to see what you will do next; so is passivity.