I Trust My Inner Wisdom And Intuition
(Coda) Hardly the 'Thinker' now is it, the image that is. However, I actually do trust my inner wisdom and intuition but it doesn't always mean that I am right.
Oh, this is just a such a natural segue, it seems a shame to waste it but I have to.
We should have 'coda's' in our punctuation and thus when the time is right you would return to the above line and everything would make sense.
How interactive is this? It's like those books that were all the rage back in the eighties where you could choose which page to go to at the end of each section. I was never into 'Dungeons and Dragons' but I seem to remember it had something similar connected with it, possibly.
Back to the subject matter, though I am sure you are at loss to know exactly what that is, allow me some latitude and I'll see if I can cobble something deep and meaningful together for you.
That might be a bit of stretch mind, we'll see.
If you've had an opportunity to read more than a couple of my posts over the last two years you will note that I have mentioned 'serendipity' on more than one occasion, quite a few actually.
It's true I have, and I am a firm 'believer' and you can think less of me for that if you choose, I'm cool with that. That said, the regularity of these events are more than one could reasonably ascribe to coincidence, I am left no other option or at least none that I am aware of.
As Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote, vicariously through his most famous creation Sherlock Holmes,
"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."
There's something to be said by the phrase "We create our own luck" and maybe that's all it is if we deal in certain areas the chances of opportunities within those areas becoming prevalent are higher than if we weren't.
Would the definition of 'causality' work better here? Let's see.
"Causality is influence by which one event, process, state or object contributes to the production of another event, process, state or object where the cause is partly responsible for the effect, and the effect is partly dependent on the cause."
Not sure it does but I am going to move on because otherwise we'll run out of time and I won't have delivered the punchline if there is one.
The title was taken from my book of weekly affirmations which I have sat on my desk. If the turn of the page reveals something worthy, in my humble opinion, then I feel the need to share.
The image above is of the actual page in the book, I should have the image here, next to the reference but that would make the aesthetics of the post wonky and that would make me feel uncomfortable.
I have mentioned this before in a recent post 'I Believe In Myself And My Ability To Succeed' not the placement of the image, the affirmations.
As well as my weekly reminder I also have a daily quote sent through to my inbox. These are generally quite thought-provoking and I have taken to repackaging them with the help of Canva.
Once I have done that I then share the quote through social media and add my own 'two penneth' worth (change monetary denomination to suit). Today's offering was,
and my little addition was 'Embrace you and be your own best friend.'
So, with the evidence laid before you, it's undeniable that there is a connection and it's not one that can be described as tenuous, at least I don't think it fits that criteria.
What's the bottom line? (Coda)
That's right, we have to trust in ourselves and believe that we are not only capable of great things but that we'll take action towards making them happen.
We can longer leave it open for debate as the majority of those who we can ask would undoubtedly try to dissuade us, even when the risk is not theirs to take, which always baffles me.
Nevertheless, it's the way of the world and that's definitely more true of the one in which we currently reside.
Look at the time, I have things to do and people to see (that's really not the case, in fact, it's almost laughable, but hey, if we can't laugh at ourselves, right?)
Enough already, hope you're having a wonderful day.