Friday, October 22, 2010


When I get confused, when my mind is wrestling with what to do, I have learned to abandon my thought processes completely. The best solution, I've discovered, lies in asking my heart for direction. This requires that I stop my mental chatter, either by sitting in silence or by doing something completely different. In quiet, still space, I often know what's needed, with a clarity I never get from the labouring of my mind.

And I now know, without doubt, that when I'm confused is never the time to act. I must wait for clarity.

"I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks."

-- Daniel Boone

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