My neighbor has a beautiful garden in her yard, in the center of which is a rock engraved with the words “Nothing is written in stone”.
Get it? A stone, with the words “nothing is written in stone” written on it (sigh – makes me laugh every time!)
The other day though, it got me to thinking….Have you ever hesitated in making a decision because you were afraid of making the wrong decision? Or hesitated in taking some action because you were afraid you might not do it “correctly” or well enough? As though somehow this decision or action would be written in stone, forever, no “take-backs”. The truth is, life is full of “take-backs”. You try something, maybe it works, maybe it doesn’t. If it doesn’t well than you try something else. Mistakes are an inevitable part of growing, evolving. If you make a decision and it turns out to be flawed in some way, you learn from it and armed with new information and a new perspective, you make a better decision the next time around. Like good decisions, mistakes propel us forward, whereas indecision and inaction keep us right where we are.
So if there’s something you’ve been hesitant about, make the best decision you can right now and go for it!
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