Sometimes, I feel an urge. An urge to do something. Whether it be writing, painting or dancing, I try to follow my instincts.
A lit of people suppress their instincts. They fallacy their way out of taking action.
Now is not the time. I’ve got X things to do.
I’ve never learned how to do Y. I’m too old to pick it up. I probably won’t get good enough.
I can’t go out alone! I need my friends to make smalltalk to and dance with them timidly in a closed circle.
These examples, my friend, are examples of your inhibitions lying to you.
Pick up that guitar. Go out dancing alone and make some new friends. Switch up your priorities.
If you don’t like what you’re trying, don’t give up too fast. Go after what you want. What do you want to become?
You must have someone you look up to. Someone with a quality that makes you think “Wew, I wish I could do that!”
Strive to improve your qualities. It’s good to know a little bit of everything.
We will all make it someday. When I was 14, I was dancing awkwardly at school parties. Now I’m confidently dancing where ever, on all kinds of music and having a good time.
Do what your instincts tell you to do. They’re there for a reason.
Until next time.