You’ve heard these three words before. Women are often, if not always, assumed to have more of this. People who (overly) worship logic tend to undermine even the idea of this.

Trust your instinct. What do you think? This is just like so many things in your life already, whether you’re aware or not.

It’s the choices you make and the risks you take. The job offers to accept and friends to make. Lovers to keep and to break up with.

It’s the news you pay attention to and your next possible moves. What do you do? A lot have warned you to watch out, run, and hide. Be smart and you’ll stay alive. Not everybody is meant to play the hero and it’s alright.

You can feel it in the air, above the place where you live now. That storm is brewing, growing closer, more fierce and threatening. It scares some people, while some choose to remain positive.

It’s not going to turn out badly. Everything’s going to be just fine.

Sure. You badly want that too. Once in 1998, May had been the scariest month of all. Full of terror and more troubles.

No, you never want to go through the same thing again…or even worse. Enough is enough. No more domino effects, because it only takes a push – something that escalates.

So, what does your instinct tell you? Is it time for a fight or flight?


2 thoughts on ““TRUST YOUR INSTINCT””

  1. I think I’ve always been a bit contradictory on the fight or flight topic because I am a optimistic person ruled by logic… I believe things will work out for the best, but not because of fate, destiny, karma, or hope. It will work out for the best because I have weighed the possible options and outcomes and have chosen the route that will logically lead me to where I want to be. I rely on my intelligence to help me make decisions. I’ve never understood people whose actions were governed by emotions.

  2. You don’t have to. I work with both instead of relying on just one. That makes me feel complete as a normal human being.

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