Wednesday, November 23, 2011

how do you know?

How do you know that you did the right thing? What if it hurts so bad and what if your mind and logic are telling you it's right but your heart just feels so bad? Some say that anything requiring a big decision will always bring that moment of doubt, especially at that point when you have to make your decision manifest. But they say you should always go with your decision and it is normal to have that lingering on the threshold because any change always brings with it its own discomfort for we are creatures of habit. They say you should give things time to settle and unfold in its own way. Just like when you wade into the sea and stir up sand and nothing seems clear and you wonder if maybe you should just head back to the shore. If you stand still everything will settle and then you can see clearly again.

Maybe it will help to remember that if things are meant to be, no amount of obstacle will matter. The power of a human heart fueled with the strongest love will overcome everything.

I am in a rather difficult moment now and any inspiration you can share will be much appreciated.


  1. Andrew Matthews (author of Being Happy and the Happiness books) taught me that when things get chaotic around you or inside you, it's important to stay still and be calm. Eckhart Tolle in his book, Stillness Speaks, also said "Stillness is where creativity and solutions to problems are found."

    So if things are very difficult right now and you don't know what is right from wrong, empty your mind, be still and your subconscious will soon show you the right path to take.


  2. Thanks Jen! I am also going by the phrase "one day at a time". *sigh* *hugs*