If you knew the the unknown, you’d choose the present! 😉 Thank you for being here our friends and readers from everywhere: the US, India, the UK, Germany, the European Union! 😉
Sometimes you are so blind!
You can’t see the real thing, the true good aspect of things in your life. Talking to my summer students today, I’m completely surprised by their answers to a question that’s included in their lesson.
The question is related to the grammar section covering tenses: it was:
which one do you like: the past, the present, or the future?
Zoe, the first one to answer jumped up of her chair said the past. The two very left end ones, Joy and Ygnacia, said the future. The rest of the class agreed on the present.
It’s a chance for a big argument and explanations for why each one of them is convinced that a certain period of time is better. But it’s postponed for next week.
Although it could be integrated to our chatting. For being blind of something nice, thinking of it as something bad, it’s like turning things upside down. This doesn’t happen at a personal level only, but also at a local one. You’d think about some wrong decision after it is done and passed, and you would tell yourself: it was not my fault; all circumstances surrounded my mind were false. My vision went totally unclear about what was the best thing to do.
That is why you need to be careful, and you need to take your time. You need to remind yourself that you’re leaving this world any moment, and that you better be in peace with yourself when this happens.
When you do your best and you consider the best interest of everyone around you, in your local surroundings, in your country as whole, in your world as on Earth, this will make you satisfied, and blame will not find its way to you. You wouldn’t be chased by your inner thinking threads of regret.
Fill your heart with love to everyone. It’s hard to do that but it would make sense to you by the end of your period on Earth.
Remind yourself that you share the same parents: Eve & Adam, don’t you. Only if the story was true!