I’m on the verge of making some big changes in my life. It’s exciting, a little scary, and probably necessary. I feel hopeful and I’m looking forward to seeing how it all affects my growth as an individual, but o
I’m going to say “anytime”; because we humans have a tendency to hang onto things that hamper our growth far longer than we need to.
The caution here, is that we need Solomon’s wisdom to rightly discern those things that are genuinely worth hanging onto.
We are a living conundrum: holding onto things that hold us back, yet rushing to sacrifice things of value — for example, for the sake of “”progress”” we seem to have set aside good things like peace, joy, trust, honor, community, family etc..
But we are by nature, explorers. Adapters. (no, not the kind you plug into the wall!)
But like those that we plug into the wall, it takes energy to get out and make changes. And the ruts of stagnation that we so easily settle into, are so comfortable.
So I believe we need the urging of saying that almost anytime is time to get moving and try something new. Exercise your “adapter”. Anything of true value you leave behind, will become apparent and can likely be scooped back up along the way.
You know when it is time to move on. It lingers thick in the air around you. It is that urge that doesn’t go away. It is time for the next chapter of your life to open. You step forward and step by step you are moving into tomorrow. Tomorrow is blank, but you will fill it up.
in my life its time to move on when it is Past time to move on. when i should have already done it. change is risky, and hard but that is part of the process. if you are telling yourself its time, and you are feeling hopeful, well that sounds like a good time to do it?
Tom Petty was pretty pivotal in my teen years. Well, not so much “years” as one summer in particular. My brother bought his 1993 greatest hits album. The one where he and the band are looking into that fish eye lens or whatever. I always thought his hand in the foreground was someone’s foot, but looking at it now I see it. Despite the confusing…[Read more]
I do vinyl. It’s the only physical media I buy music on. Actually it’s the only music I buy anymore. I mostly just stream on Spotify or record labels and PR companies send it to me for free cuz I guess I use good words to talk about music.
I voted for Hilary and I really haven’t given her much thought since then. Hate me if you like but it seems like it’s only Trump and Trump supporters that are still talking about her. People write books. So what? I have no intention of reading it, but what can I say? Capitalists gonna capitalize.
Pretty regularly Never because we’re millennials and we see each other fairly often anyway. Never because we’re millennials. That’s hard to say. I have friends that know things about me that my siblings don’t and vice versa. Older brother and younger sister We get along very well. Actually I’m seeing both of them on Saturday and I’m excited.
@Gina no sense in arguing with them, Gina. They’ll continue to dig up InfoWars articles (or wherever they’re getting their ideas) and do the mental gymnastics necessary to take the blame off the right.
@Gina It’s pretty crazy to think that Missy Elliott managed to get to where she is. Considering how the music industry has always been set up, which I sense I don’t need to explain to you. But it’s obviously a great thing. Not only is she still a great role model, but she’s always pretty next level in everything she’s done. Supa Dupa Fly indeed.