As we avoid problems presented to us in our lives, we fail to have learned a better way. The problem’s will not magically disappear on their own and they will tend to stack on top of one another if left unattended. We realize that we need to make calculating changes to address the problems, to be our own complete selves, yet we pause.
Daily life is much simpler if we learn to solve and address the realities before us. We need to make decisions to live through the lessons of both the good and the bad. Not making an active decision is unfortunately a decision in and of itself.
Be concerned with the active learning you will take on each day so that you will accomplish progress and evolution from the changes you make. Focus on matters that are meaningful for you and the others closest to you. Lessons learned are far more valuable to you than problems ignored. Aim toward purpose and goals to embolden yourself to actively and continuously learn for a better way to be yourself.
“You cannot find peace by avoiding life. A self that goes on changing is a self that goes on living.” — Virginia Woolf —