Wednesday, August 01, 2007

sometimes the hardest person to trust is oneself

Where logic & analysis fail, intuition saves the day. I have to admit I’m still panic-stricken with self-doubt & -deprecation, so it’s always a vicious cycle for me to get reaaaaaally indecisive & make last-minute changes, because I can’t really deal with spontaneity sometimes. But everytime I’d pay careful attention to what my Inner Me has to let known right then & there, it’s always a big relief. There are moments I get upset when my hunches steer me clear of what I’ve originally planned ahead, but I know I should TRULY listen & feel them, & realize that this is all for my own benefit & well-being. The trouble lies when the lines blur between what my whims dictate & what my conscience advises.

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