I stumble over the words as I put pen to page. The words are on the tip of my tongue, yet they will not flow through the ink and present themselves to the world.
“There will be days like this”, they say. I will say there are probably more days like this than not. Life impedes creativity and blocks the light that hides behind the screen of fate. When this happens, I always feel a “pep talk” coming right behind the self-doubt.
Thinking is easy, acting is difficult, and to put one’s thoughts into action is the most difficult thing in the world. ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
The world is moving so fast today that sometimes it’s difficult to know whether you are coming or going. One minute you have everything under control, the next you are grasping for that lifeline hoping to survive the storm. Situations arise every day that can make or break us. It is how we react to those situations that determine our success.
It is so easy to look at a situation and reason a way around the obstacle that brings you to a screeching halt. As soon as you try to put those thoughts into
action you may find the solution is not as simple as originally appeared. Our thoughts may look good on paper, but once we put them in motion, the thought may not be as fluid as originally assumed.
We all experience situations such as this from time to time. Putting our thoughts into action can sometimes be the most challenging step in succeeding or reaching a goal. Be comforted in knowing you are not the only one who stumbles at the auction block. Get back up plot a new course; review your situation and act again and you will meet the challenge
with success as you finally reach your goal.
So now I return to
the “A Dangerous Truth” where I will see how life continues to unfold for the characters as time unfolds before them and brings them to their destiny.