Swirling Thoughts

Nobody said life is easy. Nobody said anything is going to be easy. They did say that things will just fall into place. They did say that things will just make sense.

So, difficult but makes sense. Sounds about right.

But what if the pieces starts falling but doesn’t fit? What if after everything that has to happen already happened and it still doesn’t make any sense? What then?

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I find it scary when people tell me they trust me to make the right choice, the right decision. Well, I can’t promise to make the right decision but I can promise to choose what I think is best at that point in time. And hope for the best.

You don’t really know if you are making the right decision until after you made it. You don’t know if chose the right door until it is opened and you see what is behind it. The moment you see the consequence of your actions, you’ll know if you made the right choice. You can only hope for the best and prepare for the worst.


It is easy to judge people’s actions when you are not the one experiencing what they are going through. It is easy to say, “they should have done this or that…” if you are just an audience who doesn’t have to go through what they are going through.

See, when you are just watching from the sidelines, your psychological, emotional and mental state is different from those of the people going through the trials. If you think it’s easy and you know better, i’m sure they’d be willing to switch places with you


Not everyone is meant to be a leader. Some are naturals while others are just hopeless. Sometimes I think it is not a question of whether or not you’re willing to lead. The question is, are they willing to follow you?

When I hear someone say, “I am the best person to lead you.” I automatically don’t trust that person. The only people who can determine if you are a good leader are your subordinates. If they say you’re good, then you are good.


At some point in your life you will meet someone who will make you willingly do the things you never wanted to do. It doesn’t necessarily mean love. But it’s something.

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*I apologize for any spelling or grammatical errors. Proofreading via mobile is a challenge for me.*

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