From the book…

If you live life to the full and pursue your purpose with passion, being out of the fog is a short-lived experience. Being in the fog does not have to be a bad place. It becomes more like home as you develop comfort in not knowing and connect with who you are even when feeling lost. It is a real treasure to love and accept yourself, no matter the situation, and to be integral to who you are, your values and dreams, and passionately express yourself irrespective of people you are with and your circumstances.
Others will find strength and peace from the confidence and comfort you exhibit while in the fog. As you trust your ability to work within and through fog, others will feel secure and be more willing to travel with you. Then you are a leader by right rather than decree.
– Stephen Harrison, Appreciate the Fog, pp. 302-303

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