We interact with life losing quality and quantity of our instinctive skills and abilities, a life time battle and our tendencies to save our instincts vary.
Then starts a phase when we are forced to use left-over experiences; a phase that we know nothing about and have no idea where our actions will lead.
The first phase was ‘trial and error’ from which the least we learn is not to repeat the errors. No trials no learning, and if we don’t learn from our mistakes they haunt us till we do!
This phase is not as cruel as it may seem as it offers us assists that we need to notice, observe, and accept what they offer.
On the other hand, the journey includes obstacles and tests that are compatible to our ability to handle them. The more we can handle the more challenging the tests. And as we surpass obstacles, we are rewarded and our abilities of handling things naturally increase.
Life carries new things for us when we knock its door, a door that doesn’t close once opened! But it doesn’t open if we don’t knock it. Life is a series of tests, rewards, victories, experiences and contradictions. Our experiences are raised and so are our responsibilities. We cannot give up experiences we gained. We become responsible for everything that happens to us. If we miss something, we lose; a loss that one day was accepted but not any longer after learning how not to lose it.
Speed of events increases to an extent that we may fail to follow and we never grasp it until we stop trying! Then we learn to distinguish between what’s worth stopping at and what is not.
Life tests could be energy draining but the generous rewards surpasses the energy losses.
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I’m Neveen El-Gamal, an Egyptian 39 years old single mom. I’m a Reiki and an Emotrance practitioner which I find difficult working out in Egypt.
I have a published poetry book. I’m also leading a series of spiritual awareness intuitive workshop with an Australian friend of mine who’s lived in Egypt for about ten years.
I am very grateful to have met the lovely women in the sisterhood group and participate in The Daily Sisterhood.