Not just the why.

Some times just knowing the why is not enough. One needs to know the what too. Clarity in goals is as essential as having goals themselves.

Some times I find it hard to pin-point. Those time I find it equally hard to achieve.



Filed under Communication, Confusion, Decisions, Environment, Experiences, Faith, Goal, Short, Thoughts

10 responses to “Not just the why.

  1. hmm sometimes not knowing the why does not not matter.. knowing the what is very important..


  2. Pallavi:
    So I am figuring out.Come decision time, one needs to be really clear.


  3. whys? whats? what ifs? hows? whens? …

    and all the other bait words followed by inverted fish hooks. i prefer not to fall for them. πŸ™‚


  4. D

    Sometimes knowing the why and what also doesn’t help.


  5. theanalogkid:
    Good for you. Some of us have fallen and are working at finding ways of stability.

    Oh well! Then what can I say. Pretty hopeless eh?! πŸ˜›


  6. Some of us have fallen and are working at finding ways of stability.

    i met someone on saturday who i felt was like “me from 2 yrs back. ”
    i met another on sunday who thought i was like “her from 3 yrs back.”
    and i felt they were both similar at this point in time

    and all 3 of seemed to agree we are pretty pathetic right now and want to start over. so its a vicious cycle. i dunno how much of that made sense. πŸ™‚

    so the point is, i decided anything that makes u make a lot of decisions leads to forks and bends is definitely leading u to some obscure pit.


  7. theanalogkid:
    While I agree with you, I can’t help but deliberate, act, fall deliberate again and start the cycle all over again. I feel alive and kicking. My own back-side perhaps but kicking nonetheless.


  8. I thought ‘what’s were easier to access that ‘why’s. But I see your point.


  9. i wish i could see your face as you wrote this. i have stopped asking questions that start with Ws altogether. what?


  10. Kris Bass:

    How about a coffee then?! πŸ™‚


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