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Have you ever thought about this: When we resist clarity, it reveals that we don’t believe in ourselves.

Living with confusion, resisting what it takes to move beyond confusion, choosing to be confused.

Is it possible that all of these scenarios reveal that we don’t believe in ourselves to put in the mental labor necessary to get clear so that we can be clear about what we are up to and subsequently throw ourselves fully into it.

What if choosing to be confused is simply a convenient way to hide from going “all in.”

And so, each day, I just dip my toe in. Day after day.

Instead of leaping headlong into the things I truly long for most. (And perhaps grabbing some others to jump with me).

And then, we wondered why we are frustrated, depressed, angry, bored, confused, apathetic, etc.

If you are there — stuck, confused, etc. You don’t have to stay there. Sometimes the first step is to realize you have chosen to be there.

Which means you can choose something new.