Keep calm and sail on
It’s scary when everything seems to flow in order.
It feels like you’re waiting for the storm to arrive.
As if you’re in a canoe blissfully sailing calmly in a river, birds chirping all around, sun shining above, and a cool breeze complementing the ride, but all of a sudden you reach the end of a cliff and a steep waterfall awaits, where – like in movies – you have nowhere to hold on to and you end up falling off, screaming at the top of your lungs, before diving into the water below.
Yes, it might be an exaggeration, or an overreaction, or maybe both.
But nothing lasts forever – neither good nor bad times – and perhaps that is what is most terrifying when it’s all good.
There is not much you can do though, other than what most motivational speakers, life gurus and the like prompt you to: take each day as it comes. Live the moment and you’ll soon see that in creating and indulging in every instant, you build a life, one you’re happy and proud of, and which fulfills every essence of your being.
And that’s all that matters.