Sometimes you need to walk alone, to find yourself.
There are times, when the very best person for you to discuss something extremely controversial with, is yourself. These are the moments when you have the most difficult considerations before you, and genuinely no one else will be able to help you to make those decisions.
Having an opportunity to seek one’s own counsel is of immeasurable value. This usually requires tranquility and a period of complete non-distraction, in order that you may drill down into the core issues, and give each one of them the thought, and consideration that they warrant.
When we get to the point of zero distraction, we find our brain is much more willing to finally confront the deepest concerns that trouble us. In this contemplation, we are more likely to find our own internal understanding, such that we might be fully capable of not ducking away from the responsibility, and instead, going many layers deeper into the deliberation necessary to assist us in our choice for going forward.
The journey through life is fraught with many chapters, not of our choosing. In the course of our having to weather these experiences, our growth improves exponentially, and our ability to avoid similar circumstances in the future, improves as a direct byproduct.
When we take a walk, the kinetic energy is transformational and ultimately lulls us into a sense of tranquility. This provides a tremendous foundation for making the most controversial of decisions. The avoidance of distraction further enables our focus to lift some of the layers of confusion that blind us during a normal period of our day, such that we are much more vivid in our understanding of the consequences that we are contemplating, in making such a decision.
Sometimes you just need to walk away to get to where you are going.