Once in a while, I do things that I don’t want to do and I don’t do things that I want to do.
It leaves me with some feelings of imperfection.
Once again, I missed a date!
Not the one you think, it’s with postaday.
I’ve got no post with the date; 8th March, 2012. Though it has happened before, it just happened again.
The last time it did, I wrote: There Is Always A First Time.
My intention is not to quit but to trust!
If night uncompromisingly follows day and the earth never leaves it’s orbit then there is perfection somewhere!
Despite all the intentions, we sometimes skip to do the things we want to do.
The one that leaves me with a much more cronic feeling of vulnerability is to do things that I don’t want to do.
When certain appetites well up, it seems as if feeding them is the only way out. When certain desires spring up, they seem to dominate the entire mind and drive the body to the very same things that may have been previously tagged ‘detestable’.
When these enthising and seducing moments come, I wonder where all the strength goes!
Well, the fact that I stumbled once again does not deter me from stamping my feet and getting back to what is fit.
See: Standing Tall Versus Compromise.
The rivers know their boundary and the seasons know their turn. There is perfection somewhere and I must join with it.
I fell many times; learning to ride a bicycle but since I didn’t quit I now ride and fall no more.
One day I’ll tell my story or my story will be told, of how I fell but didn’t quit and rather sprang to heights.
Falling feels filthy but remaining on the ground is worse.
I’ll rather stand and wipe myself than remain on the ground with shame.
We’ve got a built in feature called resilience, we’ve got to put it into use.
Have you quit because it’s tough or because you feel that you are weak?
It’s time to brace yourself and take the bull by the horn.
I can’t stay in a pool of mess and conclude that I’m fine with it.
I don’t know about you but I’m done with this.
I’m picking up my luggage and heading to cute zone, even if I have to carve out my way from rock!
If I could leave some advice, I’ll ask you to do the same.
Whether it is ‘once in a while’ in your case or ‘every now and then’, you should do the same: pick up your luggage and head to cute zone, even if you have to carve your way through rock. Safe trip!