I wrote my resignation letter last night and I quit my job today. Not really sure what I’m going to tell my mom, but I probably won’t. I also signed up for a beekeeping certification and sewing lessons. My general decision-making process involves a greater amount of emotion than logic, but to me, emotion is logic. Some call it impulsive, but it’s actually pronounced sen-suh-buhl.
Acting now, thinking later has been my MO, since, like, always. I don’t want to get too comfortable, but I’d rather find out if I’ll regret something than spend my time assuming I will. There are two types of people and I know which one I am. I’d rather do and learn then regret not taking the chance. Wasting time pondering potential regret is more severe a loss than actual, real regret.
How regret is used and approached is a self-inflicted construct. Instead of thinking about whether I’ll regret an action or not, I’d rather just find out and do it. The time is going to pass anyway, so you might as well do, because doing is moving and if you don’t, you’re dead.
Hear me out. Everybody talks about doing things that make them happy, but not about stopping doing the things that don’t. This dialogue is funny. It usually lacks the understanding of doing more of one thing is contingent on doing less of another. Where you direct your attention is what gets your energy, and what gets your energy is what grows. Do you see the logic?
We tend to approach decisions with either faux halcyon or a defeatist mentality. Some people enjoy the thrill of not knowing what will happen leaves space for anything to. Finite thought is stagnation, and I’d rather walk all cattywampus, as long as I’m still walking.
Emotions are the end result of experience. Pain turns into wisdom, love becomes awareness (of yourself and of other), feeling turns into thought. I recently met a woman who doesn’t believe in limitation, she doesn’t allow them. She’s an artist, a leader, a creative who is constantly executing projects. Her name is Adrineh, be like her.
Jump, and the net will appear…right?