Wouldn’t it be foolish to think that time stopped because our watch battery died? Yet, how many times have our choices been the equivalent? How many times have we fooled ourselves into believing that time stopped because we didn’t feel like doing anything more with our time on a given day? We can choose not to bother to look at a watch that doesn’t work; we can attempt to not look at the time. But we know better – the question becomes: Why does that knowledge not equate do doing better?
There is no one to blame other than yourself for the choices you didn’t make. In the past, if you chose to ignore the internal voice that was steering you in the right direction, take the wheel now. Even if the results of your childhood insecurities are still painfully present in your life, take the wheel now. Time is running out. The relativity of this absolute truth is individual, and what individual knows what you want more than you? Make good with your time, because it’s the only time you have left.
Find in yourself what you can feel for in the dark. Enlightenment is not external, but its light source will always help you find and feel your way forward.
So last week may have been trying and there still may be unresolved matters to address. Complaining and enduring are both options right now. Which choice are you comfortable living with today that will surely set the tone for the week ahead?
Discomfort is the fertilizer of growth. We are the seeds. Choice is the water.
Habits are like expired food. Once bad, they’ve lost their purpose. Restock with habits that have some shelf life. There’s nothing but choice during this process, so choosing what’s good for you is literally up to you.
Support is temporary. The habit of supporting people when they aren’t in need will only support their inability to ever stand on their own. That approach is hurtful rather than helpful, and truly only serving your own ego. Avoid turning selflessness into a selfish pursuit of validation.