Go over and talk to her!

I am standing in a room full of people, alone with my glass of wine. I take a sip every now and then whilst glancing at the people around me. My eyes meet those of a beautiful stranger, also standing alone, seemingly entertained by the buzzing noise of the people around her. I quickly look away, knowing that someone so gorgeous wouldn’t be here alone. I wouldn’t want to intrude. Later, I see her leaving. Alone. My assumption was wrong, but now she’s gone.

Sometimes we make a lifelong, life changing choice in a moment. Very often, that choice is based on assumptions, which are based on our frame of reference – our experience. We don’t realise that it is life changing right there at that moment, but we still make that choice – for better or for worse.

Do I make the call to him or not? If I do, he may reject me. Maybe not even answer the phone. The story ends right there.

However, if he shares my infatuation with him, it may be the beginning of a lifetime of shared experiences – a lifetime of magic!

We make these choices all the time, not knowing that the consequences of each of our choices open up, or close countless doors of opportunity. Every opportunity not taken, ever person not met, every experience not experienced ends the magical wave of possibilities which could have grown from that first encounter, right there.

It is better to do, despite the fear of failure. Do it anyway!

Better to try than to shy away. Better to hope than to live in hopelessness. Better to move now than to wait for the right moment.

That moment may never come. Do it right now!

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About henrywventer

Henry is a dad of four angel kids and husband to the most awesomest wife and mother that has ever lived! He has a passion for people, loves philosophy, business, politics, music, composing, reading, writing and travel. He loves passionate people with drive and focus who love to explore life and challenge the conventional. In this time and space, he is teamimg up with his wife to try make this world a better place for children. Which means it'll be a better place, generally :) Henry also loves Jesus. Very very much.

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