Life constantly has a series of occurrences that shape and determine our day, emotions, and strength. When we face a challenge our world changes and then we are stuck trying to fix things. The only problem is that if we spend too much time focused on the problem we could miss out on our solution.
In my last post I wrote about how I lost my job and I was trying to wrap my head around the whole situation. As I was trying to do that, I started to get so angry and it seemed like all I could do was be mad. I could write, tweet, talk to anyone, or do anything else because my anger was controlling me to the point were I was practically paralyzed.
When someone is in that place they can’t think about solutions to their problems or seek help it’s because their emotions are in control. They can’t be reached until they decide to let go of their anger so they can be open to new opportunities. I was mad for days about my situation, but when I realized that being upset about it wouldn’t change things I knew I had to do something different.
So here I am at day one and I’m focused on my future and not on the circumstances of my situation, which seems to have brought me more clarity and drive then before. If I had stayed angry then I would have missed out on my what lies again for me, and that’s the last thing I want to do.