29: Certain versus Uncertain

Certainty

Today I got some good news to do with a situation I had been worrying about.

In hindsight, I can now see that there was no need to worry about it, because it worked the way I thought it probably would anyway.

It is a good reminder that I need to focus on what is certain instead of concerning myself with a bunch of “what if?” scenarios.

It comes back to the idea of mindfulness and being present in the moment. If I am walking down the road and fully present in my moment of walking, and what I am seeing, hearing and experience, I am focused on certainty. If I walk down the road focused on my worries about potential possibilities in the future, I am not only focused on uncertainty, but I am wasting the present.

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2 thoughts on “29: Certain versus Uncertain

  1. I’m happy for your certainty. I’m glad that being present and in the moment worked out positively for you. I need to remember what you’re saying now that “if I walk down the road focused on my worries about potential possibilities in the future, I am not only focused on uncertainty.” A beautiful thought. Be blessed, SB.

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