Rules for Change: Gandhi

What are you doing to be the best you can be today?

Thinking of all the beings in the world as individuals.. alone on solo journeys.. only separates us when what is true, is that we are all inter-connected.

When we are being the best we can be and giving that greatness out to others, our energy affects them and in return it comes back to us. Creating this on-going, continuous cycle of energy exchange.

Gandhi was right. When we are stuck in something, we remove ourselves from our natural instinct to more towards love, and giving to others. With IN ACTION, we clog our own growth.

Lately, I have engaged in alot of discussion surrounding action, and inaction. A friend said “Sometimes a bad decision is better than in-decision.

I pause to let this settle.

How can making a bad decision ever turn into something other than a bad decision? Well, what is bad and what is good? Aren’t those simply labels we put on things? Once we make our decision and say, it just doesn’t turn out the way we expected it to, that’s doesn’t denote it as having been a bad choice persay, it just is.

Now, this doesn’t mean I believe one can do no wrong. There are plenty of bad decisions a person can make. To intentionally harm another, to do wrong to others, so forth. . . We are all too aware of the injustices in the world, and this isn’t the place to open em up, at least for now. .

Life is about constantly moving. deciding. growing. flowing. glowing. Pausing to be silent and attune oneself to their individual truths, but then keep moving.

To live is to learn, and to learn is to grow.

Keep going. Keep growing. Tune in often, and decide on things you know and believe in, and don’t worry, the universe has your back.

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2 thoughts on “Rules for Change: Gandhi

    • Sara Ann says:

      Very true. If we’re learning and growing from a decision, it can’t possibly have been a ‘bad’ one, perhaps just slightly off kilter from our ‘ideal’ one. Thanks for your insight 🙂

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