Recognition Without Distraction

“Knowing is recognizing without being distracted by emotions materializing.” -Astrid’s Words

There’s a myth to knowing that’s used and holds no credit. It’s the illusion that we know and expect others do, too. Without recognizing how false this thought is, judgements get set and emotions run wild to justify the perception. The more assurance expressed doesn’t change the truth.

The truth is what you understand could be the lesson another is learning and is the lesson another isn’t ready for. Everyone is unique in experience and character with a timeline intended for them. An agreement doesn’t ensure understanding, it inspires experience that will be utilized when necessary. Sharing our thoughts isn’t a search for approval, it’s a moment of vulnerability when we need to release to regather who we are. A listening ear is enough, and the truth is found within when we’re ready to seize it.

The emotions that flare is the experience to help you practice who you are and give a choice to continue the journey. Whatever is decided is a contribution to growth that is yours to own. Right or wrong, you will decide which way to go.

Consider the full picture before setting your thoughts. Take a step back when flared, consider your choices and decide with your heart. Nobody’s alive to always be correct and, no matter your age, there’s always room to grow. Openly accept the truth and be in harmony with the world around you. For every mistake made, grow and don’t be afraid.

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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