Last week, I told you guys I was getting a little personal with my next few blogs. I’m not going to burst into tears or anything ( if I do, at least you can’t see it) so don’t fret. But I do feel like this “Trusting the Process” thing can make a playa emotional. So many of us claim to live by this motto. However, when we think about it, this saying comes with different sets of lessons that most of us don’t truly grasp until we actually HAVE to implement the statement in our daily lives. This DPTaughtMe series explores those lessons. And here is lesson number one:
Remember when you first thought about joining your organization? You attended the events, rubbed elbows with the members, researched history, expressed interest and waited ever so quietly until an official invitation shook your world up. You had dreamed of becoming a Frat or Soror and now it was finally your chance to show and prove. From that moment, you imagined what your line jacket would look like, who would be at your probate, how loud you would be during role call and when you’d run out to be Super Neo once your org’s song came on at any given black function. Yeah. According to you, you were in that thing. Until you realized, there was a process.