Let's try Love again

Ruminations on life, love, heartbreaks, and on being a foolish dreamer

“The wisest choice we can make in any circumstance is having the courage to trust our choices and give ourselves fully to the life we have chosen.”

 

http://www.elephantjournal.com/2012/04/finding-courage-to-trust-our-choices/

It is so difficult to trust your choices. May be because you choose from the head, and your heart says something else. Or vice versa. Could you ever be satisfied with what you have chosen? Could you ever be sure – of what the consequences of your choice will be?

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