Why do we say “Yes” when we want to say “No” ?
by daveed guillermo
We exist ambushed in an abstract concentric circle of “Yes” or “No” decisions.
Some are inconsequential, modest others are so crucial that one decision can change our life forever.
In personal relations we do not speak when we want or need to speak, or we speak when
we know it is out of place.
We indulge in acquaintanceships with people we do not necessarily like or care about us.
On the other hand, maybe we are more likely to pass up honest relations that can do good to us
On a professional and faith level, we are more likely to agree to business deals we know
in advance will not success. We obey the rules to religions and attend churches that
do not represent our own faith, choosing simply to go through the motions.
In many situations, we do not even know whether to say “yes” or “no”.
Why ? It is not our blunder or fault. This happens when we lack of balance and stability
connecting our One and Self Universe.
One [ the world ] Self [ me – I ] Universe [ life ]
Saying “no” or “yes,” we are welding our past and future in our present.