When it is okay to turn back or bite?

Sometimes we think we are very sure of our path to destiny but once in awhile, we cannot see the road we are travelling on.  When this happens, we seem to falter and break away. For once, I was very sure of my path but now..I really don’t know…I do know what I want but the road I am taking seems to be the wrong one. So what do I do now? Take the u-turn. Its up to us to know when to stay or backout. I am not being afraid.  I am just being logical. Sometimes taking the bravery route can be foolish so the best solution for now is to step back. Follow your instinct..Follow the voice in your head..what does it say?  Listen to it for when it says go for it, then go but when there is hesitation; stop and turn. You are not a fool but you are just being smart.

For some, finding their path is easy but for some, may take a long time.  I am not giving up.  I know that one day I will find the road to my path. Simple as that!

Source Photo: Funny Junk

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24 thoughts on “When it is okay to turn back or bite?

  1. I think there is no right or wrong when it comes down to our choices and the paths we take. It’s all part of the process. If you feel that you need to change the course, it would be wise to listen to your inner voice. Just make sure that the voice you hear comes from the right place and you are not blinded by fear, anxiety or some such negative emotion.

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  2. Never, ever give up! Be still and listen to what brings you peace then take that route. If later you find you lost your way, stop, be still and listen to what brings you peace then take that route. Repeat as often as necessary. ❤

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  3. You are right! I usually use the adage, when in doubt, do nothing. My mother used to always say it, and it is usually correct. But sometimes I feel like I just need to plow on, no matter what. And that usually works. Everyone is different.

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  4. I don’t think that nobody is ever really sure what path they are going to take. As we go on in life, different paths are unearthed, which leaves us to choosing (or changing our minds) during our journey.

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