Something went wrong.

Things are not

what you expected them to be.

 

And then you keep repeating to yourself

how wrong things went.

And how things are not what you expected them to be.

 

5742 times.

24/7.

And then some.

 

But the thing is, repeating to yourself

how wrong things went,

and how things are not what you expected them to be,

 

doesn’t change anything.

That something still went wrong.

Things are still not what you expected them to be.

 

The only thing that changes is

how you feel

about yourself and your life.

 

The only result is that

you are making yourself

unhappy.

 

5742 times.

24/7.

And then some.

 

So next time you find yourself repeating to yourself

how wrong things went,

and how things are not what you expected them to be,

 

take a breath.  And remind yourself that

things going wrong is just a natural part of living.

And not a sign that you’re not worthy.

 

Give yourself a pat on the back.  And remind yourself that

you can recommit.  Right now.

And that yesterday doesn’t hold any power over today.

 

Straighten your shoulders.  And remind yourself that

you’ve got what it takes.

And that you are so much more than you give yourself credit for.

 

Wink to yourself in the mirror.  And see

how beautiful you are

and how the world lies at your feet.

 

Full of possibility and potential.

Eager for you to do your thing.

Rooting for you to give it your all.

 

5742 times.

24/7.

And then some.

 

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2 Responses to Things went wrong. Now what?

  1. Lenny says:

    Love it!!
    Just what I needed!
    Just gave myself a pat on the back…and winked in the mirror! :)
    Great way to start a day!
    :) )

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