gypsy girl, do your best or you won’t know until you try, or

September 19, 2009

overthinking can sometimes severely impair our judgment, and convince us to choose something we don’t even like.

or

Divine presence, and the faith, hope, and love that accompany it, are a gift—you cannot control it—but nevertheless a gift that can and should be asked for. Asking for something from God does not mean talking God into it; it means an awakening of the gift within ourselves. You only ask for something you have already begun to taste! The gift has already been given.

or

Can rationalizing keep us from a life we’d rather have?

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2 Responses to “gypsy girl, do your best or you won’t know until you try, or”

  1. Jeffrey Says:

    we often speak of the struggle between mind and heart, between thinking and feeling, between our logic and our intuition. Maybe the struggle is an illusion. Maybe our intuitions and rationale can work in tandem and multiply each other…but then again, maybe not.

  2. laceyhearty Says:

    i agree with, you, i think. i am realizing that overthinking doesn’t always make for more wisdom to be learned. not always, but sometimes. for an over-analyzer like myself, this is a good start 🙂


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