Hinds Feet

“O Shepherd. You said you would make my feet like hinds’ feet and set me upon High Places”. “Well”, he answered “the only way to develop hinds’ feet is to go by the paths which the hinds use.” -Hannah Hurnard, Hinds Feet in High Places

Do not be afraid to advance in life. On the journey you might find steep hills and low valleys. The path may be rugged and tough. It will all be for your betterment. Use your strength to climb the rocky slopes and your gracefulness to balance it all out. Your humility will keep you steadfast and unmovable and passion will grant you access to wisdom along the way. Don’t allow hesitation to be the beaten path that keeps you from a spring of refreshing water. Instead leap over the impossible and land in a harvest of plenty. Your time has come. Seize the moment.

Love -Your Biggest Fan

Published by personalizedoutfitters

I am a year 2 elementary school teacher. Year one was very overwhelming and suprisingly successful. I work at a Title I school that is in "turnaround" status. My school is currently in a transitioning phase for personalized learning after having a much success this past school year. I have been selected as a model classroom for personalized learning at my school and I have presented at one of the nation's largest personalized learning conferences, PL Summit hosted by EdElements. I had a great first year and am now ready to share with you my journey.

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  1. I will stay on my pathway knowing that I will take the things in the valley to get me to the mountain top so I can look down to see that even though it had to took some rough places and hard turns in the road I made it to my destination. Keep writing and stay strong in what you believe in concerning your goals, abilities, and most important keep God first in everything that you do.

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