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Rolling out of the mud…

“You have to lift your head up out of the mud and just do it.”  ~ Teri Garr; American actress of stage, television and film, singer, comedian, dancer, and voice artist.

“My father taught me not to overthink things, that nothing will ever be perfect, so just keep moving and do your best.” ~ Scott Eastwood; American actor and model.

The process of thinking, of analyzing things, planning, envisioning, experiencing first in the mind’s eye, is the process of self-discipline and of good strategy; however, too often the human mind tends to dwell on this, overthink, cripple itself, too much thinking and experiencing in the mind bring fear most of the time.

You must realize that the mind is limited and ego-centered, and so it can only aid you in things you know from experience; but things you haven’t experienced, new ventures and decisions, are always going to be targets to a little confusion and fear to the mind because change is most of the time unique and so it calls for bravery.

New horizons, new light can be scary sometimes if you are attached to the old.


The center of your attitude must then be one of serenity and poise, and you must be curious and brave, believe in yourself and do new things, challenge yourself.

Overthinking or focusing on every little detail of a new venture might leave you fearful and put down, discouraged and filled with worries; therefore, you seek inwardly for that strength and wisdom to understand and realize that to create your path, to be unique and yourself you must do, no thoughts, no overthinking, just do and be in each step you take, take it all in and enjoy the moment.

Don’t lose yourself in choices and too much thinking, the world has many choices and it always says you have time; but you must know better, warriors are forged in the choices they make out of bravery, now, not tomorrow, without delay.


Make your choice then and stop living in your mind.


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Silent killer.

“We humans have lost the wisdom of genuinely resting and relaxing. We worry too much. We don’t allow our bodies to heal, and we don’t allow our minds and hearts to heal.”  ~ Thich Nhat Hanh; Vietnamese Buddhist monk and peace activist.

” From the passions arise worry, and from worry arises fear.  Away with the passions, and no fear, no worry.”  ~ Buddha.


Worry is another delusion which spreads sickness into the body, its power if allowed robs you of the joy of the present moment; consequently, it weakens you into thinking that you are progressing or better preparing yourself for whatever the future holds in this process of worry, but all it does is bring more suffering to your body and designing non-existing images in your mind.  This is full-blown ego.

Worry becomes an obsession and it darkens the path to light until the light disappears completely.

In those moments of worry and anxiety, redirect your mind to the present moment by doing something which can occupy your mind, perhaps art or entertainment as examples; for if the mind is occupied on the present moment, on what is actually happening, then there is no room for worry.


“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure (free of worry in this case), joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.”  ~ Buddha.



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