Originally Posted by moonrambler
See what I mean, that you and Moriarty seem to have opposing viewpoints on all this. He is basically saying "Be an adult!" While you are saying "Have faith everything will work out!"
I'm continuing to work because I continue to have bills that need to be paid. Are you suggesting I shouldn't do that?
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Im not so much saying 'be an adult'...more like 'responsibility', which has no age limit. Life is how it is...what is dished out according to thoughts & reactions. How one reacts to what life serves up and how one deals with that.
Today I was landed with the news that my partner smashed up my show car. A car that shouldn't even be on the road being driven for every-day use. An rare import car that ive spent a lot of my savings on doing up for car shows. Now its been involved in a car accident which wasn't even my partners fault. The insurance company may decide to write it off, or the police may decide its no one's fault. A custom paint job and panel work later and bam! down the drain!
My point is....how will I handle this? Where will my thoughts lead? Will I cling to a material object and get all twisted about it, or see it as an opportunity to start afresh and hold thoughts towards a positive outcome? There's nothing I can do now to change what has happened...its in the past. I can only move forward from here. How I approach it, will be the outcome I alone will create. Right now, Im letting my thoughts ride. I refuse to indulge them.
I feel a little sad for what has happened and for what is yet to follow, but I am working at composing myself and trying to stay as positive as possible.
If that's what you call 'an adult approach', then so be it. I only see it as the world i'm about to create and being totally responsible for that.