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Obstacles

Hello there and how are you doing today? I hope quite well.

It seems that the older I have got, the more thinking I do. I wonder why? Did i never think when I was younger? Perhaps having more responsibilities in life force us to think a lot more. I don't know. Do you feel the same way?

Anyway,let's get on with todays' topic. So, whilst in my deepest thought, I took stock of the obstacles that I have had in life - and we have all had obstacles at one point or another.


I asked myself this question. "What obstacles have I had?". I realised that these have shown their ugly heads in various shapes and forms ranging from work to family - yes family too.

Don't get me wrong, I so dearly love my family, but even they can get in the way of me wanting to do things. I tackle this by simply reorganising things.

More importantly, a job, a friend, a car, a house or even a business are the bigger obstacles that I am more concerned with. And I can point my fingers at a few of the afore-mnetioned that have gotten in my way.

My simple philosophy on sorting out these types of obstacles whatever they are is to GET RID OF THEM!!!- "rid" being the operative word.

Obviously please don't get rid of your children though:)

I know it's easier said than done to rid oneself of obstacles, but I can assure you that once you have done it, you will feel as free as a bird. You will feel lighter mentally and physically. Your mind will be clearer.

So, share your experiences of how you tackle obstacles.

Until next time, be good and chin up...

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