Title probably mildly influenced by the book I’m reading: The Universe Has Your Back (which I adore).
Is it coincidence that the day after posting about how I’ve found my purpose, and started socializing my thoughts with the world at large (and more importantly-my family) that good business things started happening? I don’t think that’s chance. Someone else may disagree, and I’ve learned to be ok with that. The absolute truth, if that even exists, is less relevant than your local truth. I don’t think we ever realize absolute truths until we are dead. What do they say, death and taxes? Only two absolute truths out there. (And even the taxes bit, lots of people may find loopholes around that one).
Living your truth is hard. I think it’s important though. Mostly because it brings up stuff that is unpleasant that you’ve probably been avoiding all your life (check). But it also brings a feeling of satisfaction that is unprecedented. I haven’t reached the pinnacle of that yet, but I am getting there, and I’m feeling better every day about it.
I’ve also realized that self doubt is useless. It’s useful during your decision making phase, but after a decision is made, revisiting those thoughts is utterly wasteful. Energy better spent on CrossFit. Or Indian Fashion blog surfing (my new current obsession).
I’m just going to ride this wave out and see where it takes me. So far, I’m digging it.