Wait For Inspiration

 

Wait for inspiration and attract it.

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Wait For Inspiration

We must be willing to admit that we do not know what to do at a given moment.

The topic here is too short. Maybe the author really doesn’t have inspirations to elaborate the meaning of it. But by reading it he delivers exactly what he want to say.

For me this is like “sharpening the saw” on the seven habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey. Waiting for inspirations do not meant that you will do nothing. It is a pause to enhance and understand everything before you move on. Knowing what to do will make your journey easier.

I want to highlight the part I love to read in this topic. We must be willing to admit that we don’t know what to do at a given moment.

We must learn to be a little patient; it’s worth the wait. The simple act of admitting that you don’t know an answer, at present, activates your inner wisdom and guidance.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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