When it’s right, then it’s right.

I usually blog on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week.

I’ve missed a few of those days recently.

 

I don’t really remember if I was tired, if I was busy, etc.

I do know that it must not have felt “right”.

 

I don’t need to feel a certain way to blog, to write, to do anything.

I just want it to feel like the right moment when I do.

 

That “right” moment may not always come at the time you expect or from the place you expect, but when it comes, seize it.

Take this evening for example – I was thinking of not blogging just because I didn’t have something specific on my mind.

But, after thinking about it, that in itself is something: The importance of knowing the right time, the right place, the right moment.

 

When we see life’s opportunities, we ought to take them.

Especially when it feels right.

 

I have always seen this blog as an opportunity to grow myself emotionally, grow myself as a writer, help others grow in their walk through mental health, emotional help, and much more.

 

All opportunities I want to take and put into action through this site.

So, when it feels right, I really need to take advantage.

But even when it doesn’t quite feel right, opportunity still knocks.

 

Regardless, I know how important it is for me to feel confident, passionate, and focused on what I am doing, what I am writing about, etc.

 

I’m sure it is that way for you, too.

When we have something in front of us, we want to give it our undivided attention.

We want to be able to focus, we want to give it our all.

But when it feels right, that’s the ticket.

 

When life aligns and everything feels “correct”, it’s one of the best feelings in the world.

So, as I sit here with this theme on my mind, I am reminded of connection, of correctness, and of feeling “right”.

 

It may sound simple or cliche, but it is so true in this moment.

 

I encourage you to act on opportunity, especially if it feels…

Just right.

 

NS

 

RIP MAC

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