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4.12.2012

When Your Back's Against The Wall


You may not be aware of how it happens, why it happens or when it’s going to happen, but I can say with an adequate amount of certainty that at one time or another, your back has probably been against the wall and you wondered how it got there.
You probably felt trapped, helpless or that there was nothing you could do, but somehow in the middle of your backwall mark, a miracle occurred.

Through your will or the will of those surrounding you, you were able to go forward and you’re still here to talk about it. 
When you are 'backwalled', you are in a panic, your mind is racing, you can’t think straight and every decision is rushed. 

If you think about where you are and what you can do, the only direction you can go is forward. 
It may take all that you have to get away from the wall, but you can do it by being honest with yourself, admitting you made mistakes and starting over. 

Surrendering to change is one of the most difficult tasks you have as a spiritual being, and knowing your capacity for change, it’s a no brainer. 
Though you may not welcome change, it is very welcoming. The longer you procrastinate, the harder change will be. 

Remember the old joke, How many psychiatrists does it take to change a lightbulb? One, but it really has to want to change.
That joke needs a bit of adjustment. A psychiatrist can’t change you at all, only change can. 

Whether your back’s against the wall or not, you can always go forward. As you are moving forward, you are changing automatically.
Welcome the change. 

2 comments:

Max Coutinho 4/18/2012 9:28 AM  

Lady A,

Happy Wednesday, my darling!

You know I agree with you: change is to be embraced and not feared.

Your wisdom rocks!

Pro-Change Cheers

Alexys Fairfield 4/18/2012 11:20 AM  

Hi Max,

Happy Wednesday my friend.

One thing that won't change is wisdom.

Let' rock wisdom together.

Wisdom Rocks Cheers!

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