If responsibilities or obligations increase, that's probably reflective of how your world has become more abundant with options and opportunities. Seizing one means we can often expect to apply new levels of focus and effort somehow. Soon, frustration or resentment can turn into reassurance once you feel more confident about all you manage. You're about to become one impressive multi-tasker!
Sometimes, it's easy to jump to 'worst-case scenarios.' But one negative thought must lead to others to bring what we'd prefer to avoid. A cause for concern in one area of your world might be inflated or exaggerated now. So, draw reassurance from what's factual, stable, and manageable. If your imagination is allowed to run amok, it will seek or create doubts. That's so unnecessary.
'She got lucky.' 'Luck was clearly on his side.' Yet, even when an out-of-the-blue, fortunate, or welcome development arrives in all its glory, we overlook how our faith-driven effort brought it. It might appear that 'a lucky break' has found you, too. But trust your inner voice if it implies you made this happen. It's no coincidence. You've earned it.
Imagine you have a square peg and are expected to fit it into a round hole. Yes, there are better things you could do with your time. But it is possible that the square peg can be fashioned to become round. Similarly, you might need to accept that current or seemingly pointless circumstances require imagination and effort. Give both, and whatever appears nonsensical will soon appear sensible.
Everyone knows that something carelessly typed or keyed can create an unhelpful and embarrassing message. But this tends not to happen as often when we speak with each other, openly, face-to-face. To eliminate any chance of misinterpretation or misunderstanding, that's likely to be needed between you and a certain person. Seeing the whites of each other's eyes could keep a problem at bay.
Although one or two others might think you're a bit too ambitious in some way, you might believe you're only going through the motions. If you had a choice, you'd probably choose a more inspiring option. But time and waiting might be needed before you can do so. Whatever you're pursuing is likely 'a means to an end.' It serves a specific purpose. But it may not be as long-term as you think.
So, how do you define success? There's truth in success involving waking each day and loving what we do. But all too often, it's measured by money in bank accounts. You have a chance to pursue - and embark upon - a new trajectory offering success and satisfaction. But you might need to make one or two compromises to what you currently deem comfortable.
A result - or success - might feel like a 'finger in the air' exercise. Perhaps, you have no past precedent to refer to regarding what needs focus and effort. This could make a pursuit or bold step feel even more uncertain or daunting. But you can reduce uncertainty or trepidation if you trust what feels right about an action you're considering. The good news is, it's about to feel even more 'right.'
Understandably, you might want to see proof of your ability in a particular area before having faith in it. We all think like that at times. You might also feel tested with your ability to cope where you might feel unsure presently. But a coming confidence boost could confirm how you're 'made of sterner stuff' than you might have thought you were!
Yes, positive change is gradual. But it can feel like a royal pain in the backside when a process we know should happen sooner takes ages to tick or move along. Try to accept that you've likely done all you need to do in a particular area - for now. Soon, the momentum you've created from your effort and patience will have you busy or busier in the way you want to be!
A result you achieve or receive in a certain area may not appear to reflect the effort you invested. So, understandably, you'd probably feel more inspired if you were reassured that more effort would bring a promising, or better still, the desired result. The good news is, you're only one slight attitude adjustment away from making that happen. So, don't stop now!
So – should you choose Door Number One or Door Number Two? You might not experience the frustrating or annoying influence of a studio audience shouting suggestions at you. But you could feel torn between two possible options. Much depends on your willingness to take a risk. However, if you feel even a tiny bit courageously inspired now toward one option, there's your answer!