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I wasn’t good with heights at all.
One day I thought it was time to overcome that fright, so why not going to the top of some high mountain… at first glance, scary to be honest. So why not going 4,690 meters up. (15,387 feet).
This is the view from Eagle’s Peak, high enough.
The best way to overcome something, is facing it. The best way to go beyond your fears is challenging them.
Today I was complaining about why things don’t go the way I want.
Someone near to me say, hey! The way you want it doesn’t mean it is the best for you… so I stopped for a minute (actually hours) to think.
As it turns out, I have a selfish and inadvertently way to see things, for what I want, must happen right now. I didn’t realize that sometimes one makes mistakes in order to look for instant gratification.
I was wrong. For sure I can see a part of what I think will be good for me, but nevertheless is just a narrow view of the good things that awaits me that I can’t see.
The best action to take is … to wait. To wait because if I don’t get what I want it is because something better is being created for me that will go beyond my own expectation, because what I see now is just a small part of the whole thing.