Good morning, world 😄
"Sometimes the simple is the most difficult." That's a line I've read in my favorite book 'Good Morning... God'. I would have moved on to the rest of the book but it struck me right there. I mean the words got me rooted right there.
Because many times through the years the simple got me stuck with issues I'd rather be free of but couldn't. Just because I couldn't get myself to do one tiny simple thing.
Have you been through something like that yourself?
There's no rocket science attached to it. It's just a pure tiny simple task or thought or idea which nags at you but which you chose to ignore.
Despite the underlying knowledge that it could and might lead to the solution you desire.
It's something like..... making that important call although you are not feeling up to it -- writing that important letter thought the words won't come -- talking to that person who is a legit jerk but who holds the key to the project -- saying 'yes' or saying 'no' to a proposal -- turning down a plate of lechon (cos your cholesterol is skyrocketing high) no matter how much you crave for it -- and many more. Things which common sense or wisdom dictates but which you opt to avoid. Because. Period.
And the reasons why are many. It all seems to be attached to the ego.... the feelings... some sentimentality... perhaps a bit of anger... or maybe fear... or some sense of inadequacy -- or trust is wanting -- or the absence of faith -- or something else in your heart which holds you back from making that move.
Things become difficult when you struggle with yourself. It becomes a battle, big or small, but a battle just the same. And sometimes is left unresolved or pushed aside because you can't seem to raise the courage to act on it. Then eventually becomes forgotten in time.
A simple thought, idea, act left undone but which could make the difference in your life. You won't know it ... until you try.
Sometimes the simple is the most difficult. Because it takes you out of your comfort zone. But certainly great potential is in the simple, too.
Have a great day, folks! God bless you.