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Possibility of Visit

Possibility of Visit

You have to go somewhere.

What is practically impossible to stop?

  1. Time
  2. Water
  3. Volcano lava
  4. Passion
  5. Gravity

Possibility of Visit. Where are you going to go? [Siem Reap, Cambodia]

Possibility of Visit. Where are you going to go? [Siem Reap, Cambodia]

Let’s take #1 and #4 together.

Time doesn’t stop. I’ve tried. You can think you’re slowing it down, but it’s just your perception. A second will always be a second, a day a day and a year a year. Stop wasting your energy on that.

OK, fine. So can you stop passion? It’s a little similar in that you think you can stop it, but you can’t. All you can do is hide it, avoid it or pretend it doesn’t exist. But it’s there. Like water, it’s going to either find a crack to seep through or it’s going to wait until it can wear down the surface enough to finally break through. But it’s not going to stop.

If time isn’t going to stop and your passion is as pervasive as water, why fight them?

Possibility of Visit

I’m going to stick with water because it’s easiest to visualize. It has to go somewhere. Like you, you have to go somewhere. Time isn’t going to stop and that’s your future (because we live each moment after the next). According to the sign above, you can go straight or left. Frankly, it doesn’t matter as you’re going to end up at the same spot. But is one faster than the other? Better? Less crowded? Can you judge which way is best? Do you have a gut feeling about it?

The future is going to happen (see #1 above). You’re going to head into that future. You have a passion (even if you won’t admit it openly). It’s also not going to stop. You can try to hide it, run from it or avoid it, but it’s not going away. So you have a choice, what are you going to do with it? Where are you going to go?

We’re not necessarily talking about big change here. It’s not the dam that’s about to burst (although it might be for you). It might be the first formations of a stream of water after a rain. It might be a new decision, a new path, but it’s not going to go away, it’s not going to evaporate. It’s going to go somewhere so why not go in a direction you know is right?

Go with it. Don’t fight it. Go the direction you know you should be going. You know which way that is. I don’t know for you. In fact, no one knows better than you.

It’s the Possibility of the Visit. It’s up to you.

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