Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Don't run away

When trouble comes to you, what will you do? Run away or face it no matter what/ sometimes I feel like running away as far as I can when trouble comes but I know that it won't solve the problems at all. I know that it's best when we are able to face the fact, confront the trouble and try to solve it the best that we can. Life is a bumpy road but if you put your safety belt on and buckle up, you will be able to control your car and go where you want to.I believe that when it's done, you'll be walking proudly and when you look back, you will say to yourself that you are one strong lady. Here's one nice article about how to face problems.
There are times when change—moving to a new city or a new home, or changing careers—is the right thing at the right time. But there are also times when the urge for change is really just a desire to run away from problems that need to be faced rather than avoided. These are the kinds of problems that recur in our lives.

One way to make sure you aren’t running away from your problems is to notice whether you are moving towards something that is exciting in its own right, as opposed to something that is appealing only because it is not where you are now. For example, if you are leaving a city because you feel you can’t afford it, you could be reinforcing poverty consciousness, and you might find that you are unable to make ends meet in your new city as well. It would ultimately be less of an effort to stay where you are and look more deeply into your beliefs about money. You may discover that as you address these issues, you are able to make more money simply by changing your mindset. You may still decide to move, but it will be an act with a positive intention behind it and not an escape, which could make all the difference.

When we face our problems instead of avoiding them, we free our energy and transform ourselves from people who run away into people who move enthusiastically forward.

(source from dailyom - image from and homegrownhospitality)


Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

Such a perfect post... I've been feeling itchy in NYC (even though I love it and can't think of living anywhere else right now!)

boya arsila said...

Thank you Erin=)

This is how I feel for the last couple of days but I know that we all must be able to get up and face whatever might happen..

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