“Whatever course you decide upon, there is
always someone to tell you that you are wrong.
There are always difficulties arising which
tempt you to believe that your critics are right.
To map out a course of action and
follow it to an end requires courage.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson
We can all be assured that when we decide on something, or a course of action, that there will be others, perhaps even a lot of others who will believe it to be a poor choice, poor timing, not well planned, not counting the cost, and the list of opinions about WHAT YOU ARE DOING can go on and on.
We can all be assured there will be bumps in the road, detours, road construction, soft shoulders and the like that may look like encouragement to quit, but really, they are just testing our strength of will and character.
When we start down a road, looking back and making judgments is a no-brainer. Anyone can do that. It’s way too easy. But, it’s all just smoke and mirrors anyway because it’s all a scam to see if we’re really serious about what we want and where we are going. It’s almost laughable when you think about it clearly.
Looking back is of no value. Looking forward is the key. We’re all going somewhere. Some by decision, some by default. Decisions require courage and are a great deal more fun. Have a blast!
I Am Empowered By Choice and Commitment.
Spread Some Joy Today–It’s time to choose. Only the choices of what you really want matter. If you’re not wanting it, you’re so easily talked out of it.