Never Wait

Never Wait

Change is inevitable in life and there is nothing to evade it. Waiting for perfection will not guarantee success, it will endanger our success. If our goal is to connect with another, we can’t determine the consequences of allowing time to pass because we can’t decipher their feelings in silence. Without communication, our intentions are misinterpreted and suspicion is bred.

Acting immediately isn’t always the best option but enthusiasm initiates an interest. Fearing uncertainty demonstrates an absence of importance and won’t be respected until a complete comprehension is reached. Thoughts and feelings that others have can’t solely be distinguished through observation, it requires receptive communication.

Every new relation requires effort to explore its possibilities. We must prepare to embark on an adventure of discovery. The effect of the situation can’t be foreseen until our commitment has been planted and awareness will develop with every attempt contributed. The intentions shared will cultivate the connection we desire.

Time won’t stop to assist our need for perfection, time will challenge us to pursue our goals and encourage discovery. Don’t permit your opportunities to vanish; confront your limitations and persist to obtain the goal that inspires. Changes are inevitable but every treasure requires a trial of trepidation to collect its true advantage. Don’t depend on assurance of another’s feeling to initiate your actions, draw faith from your intentions and proceed with courage to defy time. Possibilities will not awaken until you choose to experiment.

Published by Astrid's Words

Astrid Hardjana-Large is an inspirational author who enjoys Life and adversity. She is motivated to share her inspiration from Life experiences and encourages readers to persevere on the journey of Life.

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