Ready, Willing, and Waiting

WaitingWhen you are confident that a decision is right and a sense of calm washes over you, the next thing you want to do is get to work.  What often happens however is that you find yourself at the mercy of others, waiting for someone else to make the next move.

This is where my impatience comes in, where I find myself with lots of energy but nowhere to direct it. I start planning, over planning, and obsessing on details I can’t do a thing about.

It is still too early to give any details on this latest exercise in What Next but I’m ready, willing, and waiting no so patiently.

What do you do with all your energy when you find yourself dependent on others?

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  • AJ,

    I actually enjoy moments of waiting. For example, when waiting in traffic on rt 95, waiting for the train of cars in front of me to move so I can get to my destination, I use those moments to sing, create a poem, or to enjoy the peace of the moment. 🙂 There is always something to cherish or to explore while waiting.

    • AJ says:

      Thank you Joanne for the comment. I do enjoy my time on a train or airplane when I can either concentrate on one item or escape for a bit and relax. It’s the unanticipated waiting, the traffic you mention for example, that bothers me. I do have to work on that! Thanks.

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