Monday, January 14, 2008

Taken from http://www.michelegermain.com/blog/2007/05/making_decision_during_transit.html

"Decisions are based on the information we presently have. We do not know the future, nor do we know how and what we will feel six months or six years from now. So, the decision we make today, may not fit six months or six years down the road.

Always go within and ask what is in your highest good at this time. Let go of an attitude that says, “I can only be happy if such and such happens”. Then listen with your heart and be ready to receive an answer. Know that what you decide today is probably what is best, but when you ask again six months or a year later when you and your world are different and you have more informations, the answer may be different. Stay in the moment and do the best you can right now."

2 comments:

Lisie said...

exactly. another one of my favorites....
"i did then what i knew best. now that i know better, i do better"

A. & J. said...

Let go of that attitude.

Good advice. Maybe I should try it sometime. :)