I Have Made A Decision..

I have made a decision*.

I have made a decision to not allow my life to be over-run by anxiety and saddled by fear.

I have made a decision.

I have made a decision to not live my life rushing towards some unknown destination, trying to be approved or validated by anybody else.

I have made a decision.

I have made a decision to not live my life by the cultural codes and norms of this world that are intrinsically anti-wellness, anti-life, anti-diversity and anti-love.

I have made a decision.

I have made a decision to not spend every waking moment of my life, focusing on that in the world which is horrible, unjust, and deplorable, but instead to focus every waking moment of my life trying to model, trying to create, trying to conjure, a world that is loving compassionate and in the process of  healing.

I have made a decision to live in abundance that is not driven by fear.

I have made a decision to not built a false sense of self esteem, by belittling others who do not believe what I believe or know what I assume I know.

I have made a decision to love my body.

I have made a decision to love myself.

I have made a decision to look at those who create hurt and pain in the world and find  a reflection of myself, that I can have compassion for.

I have made a decision to be accountable to the reality that I don’t know everything/ will never know everything/ and will never ever try to pretend.

I have made a decision to trust the universe within me.

I have made a decision to no longer demean my inner voice, but to trust it to guide me to where I need to be, to trust that it will show we what I need to see,  will teach me what I need to learn and to trust that whatever happens, I am divinely guided and equipped to handle It.

I have made a decision.

And today, this decision will be.

Ashe’
Ashe’
Ashe’

And so it is!

Question: What decisions are you making in your life? I encourage you to write your own affirmation. And read it aloud to yourself each day.  Or read this one each day. Whichever you like 🙂

In Love & Peace

Yolo

*Definition of  Decision:  The act of or need for making up one’s mind.

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6 Comments

  1. My decision is to never harbor guilt about saying ‘No’ no matter how much it may hurt the other person’s feelings.
    (I have no problem saying it. I am just tired of feeling bad each time that I do)

  2. I am so amazed and appreciative of the latter words you’ve produced. While reading your decisions, I sat in a haze of empathy and self identification that creates ripples of awe on the surface of my skin. Last night I prayed, meditated, and dwelled on my life. I thought of the guilt, confusion, pain, and loss of control. Reading this post has blessed me. I connected with each decision, and it brought to light the fact that i’m not alone. Thank u so much. I truly appreciate the words above.

  3. My decisions:

    I’ve decided to let go…

    To let go of the guilt that I tend to wear in the scars on my back and the pains in my gut. I’m letting go of the guilt I feel for the tribulations of my people. The guilt I hold onto in fear of losing everything along with it.

    I’ve decided to keep loving…

    To keep loving life and the many genres of it, regardless of the neglect and abuse that is returned.

    I’ve decided to LIVE my life…

    To live my life as God would have me; not the God that so many religions says holds much disgust for me, but the God that envelopes me in nature, beauty, Wisdom, and mystery.

    1. My decision is to never aobrhr guilt about saying No’ no matter how much it may hurt the other person’s feelings.(I have no problem saying it. I am just tired of feeling bad each time that I do)

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