Imprisoned by freedom

Til death do us apart used to mean something. Now we’re jumping around and distracting ourselves constantly  – seems like we just cannot handle our freedom, at least the one of us fortunate enough (at least to a certain degree.. ) to have it.

Too many options is necessarily not a good thing. In our hearts we all know that, but we somehow choose to ignore it, and we tend to go for ”the more the merrier ”freedom imprisoned RolfRolf

Given that you want to grow and want to evolve, having to stick by with something or someone is more likely to make you grow than not. Remember the  young Andalusian shepherd in his journey to Egypt, after having a recurring dream of finding treasure there, but he found the treasure when he made it back home (The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho)

Hard times and resistance often seem like a waste when your in the midst of it, but my experience is that there’s always something to learn and more to gain if you try solving your needs with whats at hand, rather than fleeing the problem.

Having too much too choose from, makes you impatient and it robs you from discovering a lot about yourself.

Embrace the hard times and difficult circumstances, it will only make you appreciate the good ones even more – there’s no light without the darkness.

Look for God in everything, and God will look after you!

Have Faith. Be Kind. Always.

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