Walking that LineMarch 7, 2006 at 4:41 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
Sometimes we just come to a point in our lives, in our relationships, in our jobs when we realise there is a line to cross. Should I get a masters? Is it time to say goodbye? Should I take that other job? There’s this invisible line we must cross.
We’ll ask around for help and maybe advice, or maybe we’ll keep to ourselves and mull over it. These decisions are hard to take. When things are going well and fine, making a change no matter how small could lead to discomfort, hurt and whole lot of trouble. Yet sometimes in the journey of life we need to take those chances that are held out for us.
It is very hard indeed. Better to not get into all the stuff and continue living the peaceful existence that we have had. So we miss the chances that may have taken us down different paths. Change is always a uncomfortable. It always causes some problems. Change can also take us down a better path; to break free from the chains that already bind us.
Fear is a great enemy of change. And we let fear rule our lives. Time to step out away from the shadow of fear and take the opportunities that are presented before you. Do not let fear in the form of “what ifs” and “regrets” hold you back.
Time to embrace that change.