What is Time Telling You?

 

I certainly am one of those people who over thinks situations.  Does it help?  Like heck it does.  It just sends my mind into a whirlpool of uncertainty.  I thought this was an aspect of my personality I had under control but just like the weeds in the garden I had forgotten to keep a wary eye out for falling back into an old thinking habit.

I suppose it is like everything else in life there is a constant need to keep practising good routines.  Although it is said after 12 weeks of making a new habit it will start to become part of one’s life, when I am changing a habit which has been part of me for sixty years then getting reminders is not just a help but a necessity.

This afternoon an email popped up from a blog I follow and the following is what greeted me.

 

How do you know when it’s time?

Time to go Or time to stop

 

How do you know when it’s time?

Time to fight Or time to give in

 

How do you know when it’s time? Time to listen Or time to speak

How do you know? How?

Only time will tell 

 

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What a brilliant poem.  Time is telling me to stop the second guessing. What is time telling you?

6 thoughts on “What is Time Telling You?

  1. Time is telling me that its clock runs faster with age and to not waste the time I have. Reading this was a great use of time to reflect.

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    1. thanks for taking the time to read and especially to comment. Have a good day.

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  2. Thank you for sharing the poem. It really is important to keep checking in on how you are feeling both mentally and physically. You have to work to truly feel happy, and doing the work takes time!

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    1. Yes it really is an ongoing journey.

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  3. Think I might put that saying up on my noticeboard. I might actually enjoy the journey that my heart wants to take me on.

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  4. I saw this quote on Pinterest, unfortunately it doesn’t give an author.
    “Sometimes you have to stop thinking so much and just go where your heart takes you”.
    More easily said than done I think. 🙂

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