The answers in silence
How many hours do we spend worrying about things we can’t control, suffering more in imagination than in reality, drawing conclusions out of the slightest of things?
The truth is, we cause our own anxiety by the thoughts that race in our head. What if we could pace those contemplations? What if we could in some way halt them and focus our energy on something mentally healthier and more productive?
Humans are created for greatness – to do things, not be stagnant. We hold ourselves back by the constant anguish that things will go wrong.
And when the chaos becomes too much to handle we seek to escape in nature, in trails that lead to silence.
Simply to acknowledge that silence is some form of answer. Sometimes not getting what you expect is also a way of realising what you deserve, what you’re truly after, what you profoundly want. There is always a way. And there is always time. As long as there is the deep desire to find both.