Imagine if you were told that your journey to happiness would involve crossing a huge chasm. So you set off on your journey, had to find a way to get across a slightly tricky gap, but were preparing yourself for the real challenge that awaited you. What if you were told you needn't prepare for it because you crossed it earlier? I think that sums up your circumstances quite well!
To err is human. The brainiest people on Earth can't claim to have every answer. Those with a long list of academic qualifications make mistakes. So, even if information comes your way that appears to be from a credible source but causes you to be cautious about believing it, you reserve the right to have reservations about it!
'Our previous drummer died in a bizarre gardening accident; the police said it was a case best left unsolved.' That's one of many hilarious lines from the classic film, 'This is Spinal Tap.' Sometimes, we can waste valuable energy trying to get to the bottom of something that offers more than one possible explanation. Rather than get to the nitty-gritty of a particular matter, try to accept it as it is.
Sometimes, the words 'you'll never know unless you try' aren't as helpful or reassuring as they're meant to be. They suggest somebody's indecisive about the benefits of doing something. They also suggest fear plays a part in this. But with proactive and make-things-happen Mars in your sign, any fear you're nurturing is connected with your past. Here in the present, you have reasons to be bold!
Some people deliberately take a mile when given an inch. Others, when granted a certain level of freedom, can be like lawnmowers that need steering. If you let go and allow them to proceed on their own, it's not long before they're crashing through hedges. Don't hesitate to retake control of something that someone else might be dealing with questionably.
There are many different levels of surprises in our world. Top of the list are those that have us punching the air with delight when they arrive. The others, well, we don't need to focus on them right now. Something arriving out of the blue in your world might sit somewhere in the middle. That leaves you with a clear opportunity to see the proverbial glass as half full, not empty!
Knowing where we stand in any situation is always helpful or reassuring. This is certainly the case when we've grown used to applying guesswork constantly to particular circumstances. Information that comes your way now or shortly could finally put you in the picture. It might offer short-term insights or relief, but, for now, that's enough to work with and be grateful for.
Often, if we find ourselves in a 'damned if I do, damned if I don't' scenario, that usually means something's worth doing. If we focus too much on what we see as disbenefits, that could be enough to stop any action in its tracks. When that happens, we can look back on our dilemma and wish we had taken the bold step we were considering. Trust that proactivity show now will pay off.
Rethinking a plan might feel sensible. But it's likely to create a delay you might find unhelpful. Try to keep momentum moving in a specific area. If your reasons for wanting to reassess what you've put in motion stem from input or criticism from others, then that too is unhelpful. They might be able to slow you down, but only you possess the control to stop. Where you feel inclined to do so, keep going.
We can draw comfort from what we think is in limited supply. What feels uncomfortable at first can become comfortable over time if we have to adjust to it. By doing so, we create a comfort zone, but in the belief it will have to do. Sometimes we struggle to remove ourselves from comfort zones; sometimes we don't. You're about to discover how easy it is to remove yourself from one that has outlived its sell-by date!
It's not what you say at this time; it's how you say it that matters. Yes, there has to be a point to whatever you express or convey. You appear to have a very receptive audience. But whatever it is you have to say aids and deserves to be heard. With the right levels of belief and sensitivity, he'll be heard and understood.
It's interesting how somebody can do something right 1000 times and not receive a single comment or word of praise. But if they do something wrong once, word spreads like wildfire. So, if you feel your efforts aren't gaining the recognition or praise you wish they were, that could be a good sign. Don't convince yourself that any silence is something to be concerned about. Helpful momentum often builds quietly.