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What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do

You’ve got an issue . . . a situation . . . a problem.  You don’t know how it’s going to work out.  Or you don’t know how to make it happen.  Or you have to make an ultimate decision, but you have no idea what the right choice should be.  So what do you do when you don’t know what to do?

Let’s say you drive to a nearby city at night.  You pull out of your driveway with your lights on.  Do your lights shine all the way to your destination?  Of course not. So what do you do?  You drive a little bit into what you CAN see, and you see a little bit further down the road.  Then you continue to drive a little more into what you can see, and you see even further down the road.  And then, at some point, the destination is reached.

What about that issue/situation/problem that you have?  How do you handle it?  You may not be able to see how it’s all going to work out.  You may not see the end result.  But do you have enough “light” to take a step or two?  What steps might you take?  Would taking those steps be worth your while?  If you think they would, take heart . . . take courage . . . and take those steps.  They may be the steps that get you to your ultimate destination.

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  1. My sister & I were adopted actually as newborns. I’ve met people throughout my life who just weren’t as fortunate as us. I taught yoga for St. Peter’s Boys Orphanage. I have an idea of how many children are out there without parents. Now we have more. The opposite should be the case. Slave traders and Nazis were the last ones to separate children from their loved ones, but Trump is now the third to make such history. Living in N.Y.C. since my college years, here we know just what little morality Donald Cray Trump possesses because we’ve followed his career since his father was alive.

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