The best way to make a decision

Ivelina  —  May 22, 2012

It is amazing, that every time you start to look for something it’s always there.I do know if it is one of the trades of being of  a woman , but I always seem to find what I  am looking for. Sometimes I  am not looking for anything and still things just things seem to work out.I  believe, that chaos means that things are about to change. When you look back on things the pieces that at the time made no sense are coming together.At the time when you were making the decision you did the best you could have. And may be immediately after the decision you were still unsure and wanted to may be have another chance and then may be you would have done things differently . Or would you. make a decision

When I look back in my life I feel that there was some kind of unpredictable order in everything and everything makes so much sense, but only when I look back with an open heart .  While I was living my dilemmas and insecurities a few years ago  I was more incline to ask “why me”. Now I say ” Thank goodness I am here” . Things work out perfectly and everything is coming into place.

The challenge is to become quiet and peaceful and let the decision make itself. When you do that then it seems, that even if you made a choice it is like leaving yourself no other choice, but the one you made. It works for me. Just let it flow . Life happens. What happens, happen to everyone.Is what you do with it that makes the difference.

So when you have to make a decision just let it come to you and speak to your heart The best way to make a decision is with an open mind and an open heart. This is when things start to shift and doors to open. Loving the journey, sending blessings and Love .

P.S This is day 16 of  Word press Challenge to make a post every day. There are 223 days left of 2012.

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I was born and raised in Bulgaria (a small country in  Eastern Europe). I moved to Northern Ireland when I was 22 years old, full of hope, big dreams and an adventurous spirit.

I am the mother of four wonderful boys and although I am very grateful for each lesson I’ve learned in my life, I wish that some things might have happened sooner, but everything has it’s place and everything that is  worthwhile is not always easy.

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