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Many arrangements are organic. What gets agreed initially often has scope to change in the light of changing circumstances. Is this not exciting, sometimes? Do we sometimes feel resentful or annoyed that what was agreed is altering when we ought to be excited at the possibility that the change is something that will suit us? Don't' allow resentment or bitterness affect your focus on what's changing within an arrangement now – and how much better the new arrangement will be!
We can hear the sense of reassurance or relief in some peoples' voices when they say the words, 'it's out of my hands.' If we suspect someone holds some influence over a situation and aren't using it in ways to help us, then we naturally demand they make more of an effort. Where you might believe something is beyond your control or influence, is there really not something you can do to help someone else now?
Should you be walking around with a furrowed brow, looking as if you haven't slept for 3 days? That's what some people think is expected of them if they're to show concern or worry in the eyes of others. How dare anyone smile and convey positivity when they ought to be as concerned and troubled! You can get caught up in an air of seriousness if you choose to. Is what's serious really your problem? You have a choice about whether to immerse or remove yourself from it.
When someone states they're unable to do something, whether it be anything from swimming to playing the piano, what they usually mean is, they can do it, but haven't learned how to yet.. Bear this in mind where a reflex, negative response on your part is concerned. Is a far more positive and constructive response not available if you're willing to accept there's something you could do and do very well if only you learned how to do it?
You might see someone's lips move, but can you hear what they're saying? More importantly, is what they're saying registering with you? There could perhaps be more they could do to ensure what they're saying is the bare basics and that looks set to happen. But the biggest favor you could do yourself and them is to be willing to listen. Doing so will ensure lines of communication are open in such a way that makes your ability to absorb a crucial point infinitely easier.
We all accept, to a point, that we can always do better or improve ourselves in some way. That might be true on some levels but a line does exist between striving for improvement and obsession for perfection. There comes a time when 'enough is enough' and knowing when to stop can be a skill in itself. Is striving for perfection in some way not likely to be a draining and counterproductive exercise? What you believe needs improving might actually be perfect as it is!
People skilled at telling stories know how to ensure our attention is fully grabbed. If a storyteller hasn't got our attention within a short timeframe, then they risk losing it altogether. There's also skill in ensuring a storyteller doesn't take a listener or reader to where they think they're going, too. You might need to sharpen the way you're communicating with someone now. To truly make a point and be understood, keep dialogue simple and be aware of what is unnecessary to include!
'What's the worst than can happen? 'If you're not asking yourself that question where hesitancy to take a risk is concerned, try asking it now. Reasons have nothing to do with focusing on what's negative but everything to do with being reassured that, should you take action in ways you're considering that you won't risk disappointment. There are far few disbenefits to what you're considering. Scare yourself briefly by taking a risk you'll soon feel reassured about.
Imagine what you perceive to be a problem taking the form of fire. You have choices in terms of what you can choose to extinguish it with yet seem inclined to reach for a liquid you're oblivious to the fact smells suspiciously like gasoline. An option that offers a solution isn't as helpful or appealing as it appears. Try to see how what you're determine to solve might benefit from being left alone. Flames might die down and become embers far easier to deal with!
We know what someone says when they say they did something 'against their better judgment.' Whilst we might not be able to make judgment about someone else's judgment, we can recognize how they learned something from the experience. Don't be concerned about whether or not you're making a 'right' choice or decision. The only way to bring a wrong result is to do nothing. Something valuable will be learned as long as you accept doing nothing isn't an option.
We often don't think twice about discarding an item of clothing that we know we will never again wear in our lifetime. If we sense something is truly unusable or superfluous, then we can usually find a good reason to remove it. You, however, could be clinging to something you know needs removing from your world. If you can't yet find a reason to release yourself from it, then the cosmos appears keen to provide one – but be prepared to have to react swiftly.
If you didn't know any better, you might suspect someone is going to considerable lengths to annoy or frustrate you. The infuriating thing about their actions is, they're done in an almost subtle way. Yet, the message their actions are conveying is clear and intended to get you to take bait being set. If you really want to annoy them in return, then smile. Appear oblivious to their efforts and even show understanding and support. Nothing annoys enemies more than forgiving them!
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