Climb Every Mountain?
“When a door opens, walk through it. Trust that the door has opened for a reason and you have been guided to it….Every time we walk through an open door, we create a sense memory that encourages us to move into the new fearlessly. When we enter the new space, we almost always feel a thrill and a new feeling of confidence, in ourselves and in the universe.”
From Friday’s Daily Om
I’m not so sure about this one. I made a vow years ago to refrain from taking dares; they tend to lead me in the wrong direction.
On the other hand, when a door opens and I feel I might not go through it because of fear, then I force myself. I had some hesitation about taking on co-authorship of The Healing Power of Doing Good. A buddy of mine said to me as we stood in the line at the K&W Cafeteria: “Don’t weird out on this.” I’m glad I didn’t.
What do you think about this walk-through-every-door idea? Am I just taking this too literally? If I pay attention, I can see that doors are opening every day and it’s impossible to go through all of them.
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