I recently had someone say, ‘you need to do things that make you uncomfortable. She was referring to a wrong choice we were making. I knew the thing wasn’t right but she insisted we make it. She made me question myself, was I scared to act in a place of discomfort? Had I lived my life not doing things that made me rise up? That’s not true and I knew it. What we were doing were not right, it didn’t sit well in my soul, therefore I didn’t want to do it, not because it made me uncomfortable. It made me uncomfortable because it pulled out something that wasn’t entirely the truth. It is hard to do something when you know it isn’t the right thing to do. That’s how I felt. It wasn’t right. What we were doing was not the truth. I knew it and everyone around me did as well. Do what is right, do what is the truth. In that even in the discomfort, you’ll be able to make the right moves. When the things you’re after are not entirely true, discomfort occurs and can haunt and hurt you. Do the right thing, if you know it’s not right, let it go. Have you ever had that gut feeling that is like, ‘this is wrong’ and I know it?
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