What’s the use in rigid plans?

In the past few months I’ve experienced various unexpected change.

And in turn, I’ve had to change my plans.

The specific things I thought I’d be doing haven’t happened in the ways I thought they would. They’ve happened in new ways.

If I’d kept my plans rigid, I’d have probably missed out on new opportunities and adopted an unhealthy pessimistic mindset about things not working out and so on and so on.

It’s so easy to overlook our own rigidity being a contributing factor for our unhappiness.

We have to allow room for life to flow and it’s in the flow that we find that perhaps there are several ways for things to work out and still be aligned to the core of what we really want.

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