Always have Faith in Our Instinct, because No one Knows us Better Than we Do
Our feelings is something we can build and trust on, but sometimes we are so compassionate and stubborn that we ignore it and later have to pay the price for it. But each time is another lesson for us to realize that we are emotional with feelings, because our heart is in the right place, and we have to decide on that moment. Actually our thoughts and instincts had already dictated how it would ending but because of our credulity and trust, we made a wrong choice. At least that is happen in most of the cases , but we can also see that we will get another life experience to improve on our brain. And we have certainly done a good deed for someone else that we can be proud of it, but there will only be a retrospectively grief. So what is more important, and what is wisdom ? Passionately believe in our instinct will give us the final confidence we needed. A natural drift with an incentive to believe in the truth which unfortunately we ignore it too often and thereby give others a chance to use us. Sensitivity and the credibility what we listen from the story by other, may give an entirely different direction for our instinct and so we have the compassion to prevail. While our first impressions and intuition had a completely different maneuverable point but the credibility of the story is whereby a questionable situation which arose with sympathy. Then everything of the story from them is an illusion and they hope to create an assumption and belief of trust to prove their gullibility. Now by adding together all the experiences, we know that instinct and suspicion will not often let us down. We must act on the feeling that we have directly from the beginning and more to follow in the future with credit and confidence in ourselves.
I wish you a healthy life. Kindly Regards, Author Jan Jansen
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