This winter, while I away, there was a small rock slide in the park where I walk every morning.
Some good sized boulders came down and scarred up the paved path and left a huge divot in the grass.
If you loo closely, you’ll see there are more to come down.
No one was hurt. No animals maimed. It was the earth shifting to make room–that’s all.
So then, a couple of days ago the park people put up what I consider a “liability warning”… saying watch out….Eeekk….
Here’s my question. If I walk along the path, constantly looking up because I’m watching for falling rocks, doesn’t this then leave me vulnerable for other injury… like a bear attack or a face plant as my feet tangle in the sage brush that rolled unnoticed before me?
Always remember that in life we need balance.
We must be aware of our surroundings, while also skipping in glee for the day that brings sun showers or a playful nature.
To glom onto pending disaster…the what if… or the oh no, I’m doomed… is to embrace anxiety, confusion, and a deep-seated mistrust of your own instincts.
Live your life.
Whether it be with relationships, family, love, daily tasks, or simply life in general, you have to work on taking the “what-if” out of the equation.
It’s up to you to put one foot in front of another and keep moving forward.
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