It’s easier to judge when you see what you are judging than anticipate and predict what’s to come.
I bet most people by this time must have summed up and started working on their resolutions and some are probably still trying to keep up with theirs or even haven’t started. Having a plan is one thing, accomplishing it is another.
For those of you who like me that got into this year like “it is what I make it ” and not “what it is” must be curious about what’s ahead too.
What’s for winter? or rather what’s for the coming season?
We grow with our minds and feed it what we allow it to be fed. Our thoughts only spice up what we can build for ourselves and the creativity we hide within us.You don’t have to wait any longer because you’ve been waiting for a long time. You’ve waited all these years for the perfect timing to come and to your own surprise it still isn’t here. You’ve waited to kick-start that project of yours, to launch that documentation, open that heart, quit that horrible job, stand up for yourself, leave your comfort zone, study for that important examination, appreciate the people around you, reciprocate honesty, love and presence. How long would it go on for?
We are all tight-fisted when it comes to sharing our secrets and only let trust compel us to share them. If we can control what we share and give, Why can’t we give ourselves the chance to try instead of waiting to be tried? Let me give you a list of the possible outcomes for winter/your season. Loathe, love, patience, disappointment, cruelty, carelessness, failure, achievements, bitter experiences, appreciation, open-mindedness, willingness and what have you.
No one ever said that life wouldn’t happen. It will but what’s the purpose of living without living? You can’t be waiting for dinner without being present, so does asking “what’s for winter” without starting somewhere.
What’s actually for your winter my dear bloggers? what are your expectations? 🙂
Dyna Ekwueme Copyright, 2016