Tapping in Place

Due to the harsh struggles in life we pause to see the bigger picture of our lives. We loose our vision, we don’t see the long term, and we don’t use our imagination. Sometimes it is not a bad thing to bypass a problem and completely let yourself go to your imagination. The whole world around us started with a desire. We often ask ourselves what is our vision? Is all this really what we strive for to make sense of life? Our awareness that we can see ourselves in a more distant future undoubtedly makes us feel better.

Much of this depends on us, our thoughts, and our feelings.To be able to see into the beyond, sometimes, it is worth get around the problem that is constantly present. Looking too closely at a problem for which we don’t see a solution for, can completely paralyze us. Our emotions often cause uncertainty and insecurity, but let us give ourselves a moment to vent.

Some idea of what to do will occur and we will acquire resources by which we can achieve it. We have to tell ourselves how much farther we are willing to go in order to achieve something we are striving for. Any process which devotes time and energy, even if it is tapping your foot, it is better than standing in place. Awareness

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6 Responses to Tapping in Place

  1. Yes – agree – take time out to smell the roses 🙂

  2. durans says:

    Lord grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

  3. Wesley Gerrard says:

    interesting thoughts

  4. Habodabi says:

    I agree with your observations. Time flies by when you don’t stop to reflect and appreciate your surroundings

  5. Mithu Hassan says:

    Great article !! I am totally agree with you “The whole world around us started with a desire. We often ask ourselves what is our vision?”

  6. Sagamore says:

    “even if it is tapping your foot, it is better than standing in place” Agreed an nice ending

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