As soon as we are aware, we are responsible. That we choose to do something or not, we are responsible.
Now, start to do something about it.
No one can do what you can do as you can do it.
You are unique.
Even if you choose to look the other way, it’s too late. As soon as you are aware, you are responsible.
Yes, you’ll fight this with great explanation and excuses. You’ll work your way so you can think you’re not responsible. And it’s a sad thing. Excuses will not remove the responsibility.
Into influence, there’s 3 level of action.
The first is ‘Thinking’. We underestimate the power of our thinking and overestimate the futility of an idea. You can act on things happening around you with your mind.
The second is ‘Talking’. What you say has power and will influence the world around you. What you write is also ‘Talking’. Support Love and Health around you. You can’t take the pain away, but you can bring a small ray of hope in the darkness.
The third is ‘Action’. This is the most powerful. Taking action are made of the three at the same times. You need to think, you need to talk when you take action. Even the smallest of your action is way better than trying to ignoring what is happening.
It’s ok to be sad about something that has happened. Being sad can happen, as long as it’s not becoming permanent.
Most sad people hope to find something outside that will lift them up. It’s an illusion. Nothing outside can lift you up. You are the only one that can lift your mood up or not.
“Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have – life itself.”
– Walter Anderson
No ones are always happy. We all have to live our share of sad moments. Without the sad moments, how can we know what is happiness?
“The word ‘happiness’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.”
– Carl Jung
If it’s not normal to always be happy, it’s not normal to always be sad.