Too Many Whys

Last Update: Jun 8, 2023

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Hello WA Friends,

Do you ever feel as though you ask a lot of "why's" in your life? If you do, you are not alone.

With so many rapid developments in general these days, the why's may really be piling up.

And if you are new to affiliate marketing, website building and learning your way around WA, you may be asking a lot of these questions.

It's natural in life to ask why about something, especially if the response you're seeking is not obvious or known. Luckily for us in this incredible platform, we are generally not too far off from discovering critical answers to our pertinent questions.

However...

Treading into the unknown is stressful and can be downright scary at times. Maybe you will never find the answer to your why...and if you do, you may not be happy to find out what you learn.

There are times in life when there seems to be too many "why's" with no real answer. It's even more difficult when we wait for that answer and it doesn't appear when we want it to.

Sometimes, we just need to be patient. In time and with further information, those answers to the why's can then appear. But there are always going to be times when we have an abundance of questions that really don't have a satisfying or conclusive answer.

What is a given is that there will always be moments in life when there are uncertainties and disorder. That is when inner beliefs and resolve must kick in to keep us going.

There is no magic solution to avoid incertitude. If only it were so simple.

You need to develop and learn skills that can help you cope with those times. One of those ways is to learn how to be present with what is.

At times, you may even need to progress without having all the answers you were looking for. Just keep going, searching and learning.

Center your mind and focus on finding a sense of peace. It's alright to not know everything. Not always easy, but alright.

You'll get there eventually.

-Susan

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I always told my children growing up that it is was ok not to know all the answers, but that they should admit that so they would open paths to learning with others. Sometimes we will never know the "whys", but we move on and do the best with what we do know and appreciate what we do know and have at that moment. That is also when our family relies on our faith in God. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and encouragement. Best regards to you, Susan.

Those are very wise assessments. I'm glad you enjoyed my post and thanks so much for your thoughtful, kind feedback. Best wishes to you Delois.

Our “WHY’s” enlighten us with reasons! But not all the time.
In our personal journey, we often seek understanding, wisdom, meaning and direct answers to our many “WHY’s”
We navigate life, trying to make sense of what we do, why we do, as well as who we do it for.

The more understanding we have for our many why’s, the more likely we are to find balance in our lives!

I appreciate your post Susan! Thank you!

Cheers ,
Maria 🌹

That's so true, Maria. Sometimes life just feels like one big why. I'm glad you enjoyed it, Maria and thanks so much for sharing your thoughts and kind words. I hope you're having a great day, my friend. 🌹

You as well my friend!

Enjoy your Frisatsu!

Cheers,
Maria 🌹

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Hi Susan,

I think often folks choose not to ask why as it opens up answers that might shake apples from the tree.

There is a certain fragility many seem unable to cope with in regards to there being areas that may contradict their own perceptions and understandings, as well as calling into question the mentors who handed us these understandings legitimacy.

The world is mysterious, and no amount of pretending it is neatly classified and known will ever make it not be.

A great post for reflection and mind-fullness.

Regards,

Jason

Hi Jason...I'm glad to see you enjoyed my post and got the subtlety. Although we will never have all the answers, it's imperative to have the inner strength to question those constructs. I appreciate you taking the time to read and leave your kind thoughts. Have a super day.

Very well said, Susan! If it was simple, we would all be successful!

Excellent post, my friend!

Jeff

Thanks so much, Jeff. Appreciate your comments. 🐶😹🐶

You're very welcome, Susan! Have a pleasant evening!

Jeff🐶😹🐶

Thanks, Jeff! Hope your day is going well so far. :-) 🐶😹🐶

You're very welcome, Susan, and so far, so good! 🐶😹🐶

I enjoyed reading this post about the whys. As it will always remain a mystery.

Myra 💜

Thanks so much, Myra. 💜

You're most welcome, Susan. 💜

Myra 💜😊

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