Reflections about time, action, and decisions…
How fast can time fly before you have time to stop and reflect on the actions and decisions you’ve made that have changed the course of your future?
Do you wonder about the what ifs or do you break it down into screenshots of the moments that changed everything to come?
Were you mentally ready to make these decisions or did action happened before decision and you didn’t have time to think before you do?
Law of attraction.
It starts with a mental note of what you’re looking for. Then, you begin to do things that matches what you’re looking for. In time, you network and connect with people who share the same values; they find you because they started with a mental note as well. There are many possibilities of people that match your criteria in general but the TIMING of when that person shows up may sometimes feel like 1 in a million. Also, these mental notes are constantly in afflux of evolution and that overtime, some of these mental notes change and are rewired. (through experiences and action of the painbody)
Now comes the decision. At the time when your mental notes have attracted the one, others that may have also matched or potentially be better than the one are placed into a TIMING list. This concept of the “unknown” known by motivational speaker Anthony Robbins as insecurity is what drives potential drama in many people’s lives. What keeps a relationship together is how mentally equipped the couple and especially the person who has the upperhand can act on the decision that has been made. The national American average 49% sucessful.
I am still a firm believer that 2 chopsticks are stronger than 1. To find a perfect set is really 1 in a million but to stick together and become stronger is the goal. I pick up the pair of chopsticks many times throughout the day and line it up each time to ensure that they are in line with each other. If they are not in line, I can’t pick things up properly and the chopsticks become useless. If I don’t coordinate my fingers properly, food falls out of them. The good thing about learning how to use chopsticks is that once you’ve learned it properly, you won’t ever forget. But often people form bad habits and take the lazy route to poke at food instead of pick them up or use fork, knife and spoon instead.
I rest my case to not look back at some of the decisions I have made (for better or for worse) but with a clear intention in mind: to love and be loved…