I always struggle when it comes to right and wrong.
Not in determining what each of them are, but getting caught up in always having to make the “right” decision.
Just putting pressure on always making the “right” choice.
It’s funny because I almost always know what is “right” in my mind.
Despite this, I rarely take action.
Because I could be wrong.
This is just not a healthy cycle for my brain.
It just gets my mind running in circles, constantly putting pressure upon myself to take action, to be right, and to not be wrong.
What I am trying to do is realize that there isn’t always a correct answer.
Sometimes I just need to act and see what happens.
This is a recurring theme for me, where I need to just act.
However, I am also realizing that there are times to be silent, too.
These times fill me with peace, much more than action.
However, I sense when action needs to be taken.
My approach is to take action when I feel it and to be silent when I don’t.
We know ourselves.
We trust ourselves.
So do what you know and trust: Your best.
That’s all we can do.
” I believe a few words can change your day and your life.”