We all have them and the ironic thing is we are the ones who built them….. WALLS. Of course I’m not talking about a construction of a home, I’m talking about every obstacle we face everyday.
An interesting fact is we seem to blame our obstacles on other people. Relationships, money, jobs, friends etc. But you have to admit, we have all had the “gut instinct” that tells us to move on, or to change direction, but we don’t listen most of the time.
So how do we knock down these walls? First step is the biggest, and I already mentioned it. You need to take credit for putting your labor hard-hat on and laying down the bricks. Each one of these bricks have the same ingredients… fear, hate, doubt, disassociation with others, the feeling of being alone. Each brick was made with your own intentions and you feed it cement (your energy) everyday. Acknowledgment is the number one step you need to take.
Taking down these walls takes a lot of work, after all, you put a lot of cement on it. You have to learn to re-think how you think, how you react to others, learn to trust, learn to love and to stop feeling alone. The great thing is when you start have these traits come into play, it acts like a huge sledge hammer. The more you change your emotional actions and thoughts, the sledge hammer gets larger and soon turns into a wreaking ball.
Remember this…. life flows in one direction. When you go against the flow, you are fighting, swimming, and struggling with life. You just have to “let things be” and learn to create a new outlook on life. You built it, you created it, and you can take down as well.
Start swinging !
Keeping Life in-Focus,
Kevin Talley The Tall Guy With The Camera.