Get out of my head

I’ve had a lot of time this past week to think. Lying in bed ill leaves you with little energy to do anything else.

Its been a weird week and one where I have decided that being inside your own head for to long isn’t a good thing.

You question everything and anything.

Could you have done that different?

Should you have gone there?

Stayed quiet, shouted up ?

Said goodbye, screamed hello?

Seriously I think I may have drove myself insane.

Self analyzing is not a good thing.

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Looking back and judging the decisions you made doesn’t do you any favors it just leaves you with a headache.

The thing is I have made mistakes, who doesn’t but one hard lesson I have learned is this .

“You cant go back”.

Life moves forward even when you don’t want it to.

Your past is a series of lessons to be learned and your future is the one where you get to put all those lessons into practice.

 

Respect your past but embrace your future.

and stay out of your own head.

 

We are products of our past, but we don’t have to be prisoners of it.”

Rick Warren, The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here for?

One thought on “Get out of my head

  1. Indeed, I believe most of us live to the best of our ability and do our best to make the most sensible, informed and good choices. But life isn’t all about us, I’m afraid, as there are so many other elements we have no control of. So I totally agree, the best we can do once we made our choices and life served us a dish is carry on regardless. What else can we do?

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