Share with the Intended


Share concerns with whom you’re intending; don’t go through others to create a story that’ll require mending. 

 

It’s easy to believe that we’re not accountable for what we express when we direct them to a different party, yet the meaning is there and is easily mutilated as it passes through various parties. What is the purpose behind your concern? Isn’t it worthy to be learned? Shouldn’t the intended have an opportunity to discern? Don’t shroud your care or run to others; determine your care and then share.

Don’t avoid facing the task at hand, go to the source and work it out. A storm of misinterpretations won’t be provoked when you can go straight to your intended. Voice your thoughts and patiently permit realization. Understanding isn’t immediate, but purpose is valuable. Isn’t it possible that it needs to be worked out together?

It isn’t necessary to hide the thoughts you harbor, for it was born out of concern. Acceptance is hard to receive but there’s reason why it’s in your mind. Follow your heart and see it through, the worst that can happen is to realize your mistake. What’s the harm in learning something new?

Initiate your good intentions and talk to the source of your concern, there’s no sense in muddling your thoughts with the opinions of others. Agreement from others won’t strengthen your cause, the love you demonstrate is strong enough. Why can’t understanding be born with reciprocal communication? Who knows what other new things you’ll both learn?

Place value in the concerns you have and cultivate growth in the world around you. Resist adding to the muffled sounds of conflicting opinions and make a mission to do what’s right. Your intentions are true, and you have the right to see it through. Work together and everything will be peaceful.

 

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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