No Idea Where To Turn 

Life

One article says it’s all my fault. Another article says it’s nobody’s fault.  My guess is the truth lies somewhere in between.  Regardless of fault, I remind myself that I have no control.  I’m trying to deal with conditions I personally cannot change.  Saying “let go and let God” always helped me before.   That’s my mantra for today.  

If you so inclined, I’ll take your kindness and well wishes.  

As always, more to come.  

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24 thoughts on “No Idea Where To Turn 

  1. Think about all the other times you didn’t know where to turn or what to do, and they worked out. I know it’s hard in the middle of it though. Hope things are better. Praying for peace and clarity!

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    1. Thanks. Yes hindsight is a blessing … or maybe a curse. We’ve been through worse. I keep telling myself things can be fixed. Just some days bring me down. Hell some minutes during the hours making up the day. A yo-yo of emotions for sure!

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  2. When I think back on how much time is spent on blame…suddenly brings Howard Jones’ song, “No One Is To Blame”, to mind…if lucky, people beyond life’s poetic ironies with their optimism in tact …here’s to the lucky ones like us…thanks for sharing 🙂

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  3. Do what you can, as long as you can, until you can’t. That’s my mantra.

    The other one is “I’m going this way, until gravity acts on me…” lol.

    Every situation is different… every person is different. Can’t generalize these things. 🙂

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    1. True. That’s what’s hard. I know what I’d do but I can’t make my daughter do anything. She has to admit she needs help and want to get help before anything can change. The signs are everywhere and I don’t want to look back one day and say “would’ve, could’ve, should’ve”.

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    1. This too shall pass is a favorite of mine. And I’ve never been disappointed because things do change. In thick of it now but it’ll end one way or another.

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  4. Guess I’ll never understand why blame must always be placed on someone. Sometimes we need to just move on and not worry about blame. Often no one is to blame, and when something can actually be blamed on someone, hopefully the person at fault will receive what he or she deserves (reap what he sows) and will learn something from the ordeal. Let it go!
    I wish you the best.

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    1. I think that’s why I gravitated toward the article that said no one is to blame. I prefer to believe that. But I also blame myself for everything including the hole in the ozone layer. Who knew my use of aqua net in the 70s would be the cause of so many woes ? Lol. That’s my lame attempt at humor. Haha!

      Now to let go!!!!

      Thanks for responding.

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