Are you winning when you make it to the top, or simply
because you keep darn well trying? Can you call it failure when
a parent or official-looking or sounding person knocks you off
your feet? Office politics you have an intimate knowledge of. In life, at work, in relationships. You won't be beaten down by red tape or restrictions or heavy depression, because you're a fighter. Just choose which goal to shove all that emotional unrest. All that matters now is that you feel willing to
Are you winning when you have the answer or when you're
brave enough to set out in search of it? Can you call it failure when
someone does or says something to you that deflates your entire
philosophy? So much you can reach for you and grab now, but you have to wait it with a fierce hunger and deep emotional need. Stave off boredom by filling your days with new info and sights, even if only online. All that matters now is that you continue to believe
in something vastly bigger and more benevolent than you. Keep Hope Alive.
Are you winning when you have the power or when you're willing to submit to something outside your control? Can you call it failure when you're not getting laid or something falls apart you thought was a guarantee? Don't believe everything you feel, sometimes it's intuition but other times its paranoia having a go at you. All that matters now is that you continue giving up having to have anything a certain way, and trust life will find
a superior option for you.
Are you winning when things are all perfectly harmonious in your relationships or when you make it through the storm that clears the air? Can you call it failure when you're out of balance and fairness is nowhere to be found? High Emotions visit your significant others, sometimes pushing their buttons making them erupt, sometimes pushing yours. Remember how easy it is to react instead of responding, and allow others their moments. All that matters now is that you live by the principles of Equality and Togetherness, instead of relying on outdated roles.
Are you winning when life is running without a glitch or when you're able to keep going when human error and wear and tear
threaten to defeat all carefully laid plans? Can you call it failure when you're not well or not working? So many things to tweak, so little time. But the small steps now mean everything, if you can keep your head and whistle while you work. All that matters now is that you do what you can do, as well as you can do it with what you have at your current disposal. Dial down emotional intensity with good old simplicity.
Are you winning when they adore you or when you're putting yourself out there even in the vicinity of possible rejection? Can you call it failure when energy is blocked, the lights go out and darkness descends? You always find Joy in the work you're doing or the service you're performing. Let your work ethic now spill over to your private and personal life. Burn off emotional worry by carving out purely play time. Work will benefit too and all that really matters now is that you work on keeping that heart as open as possible, while governing and protecting your inner kid.
Are you winning when people are listening to what you have to say, or simply by voicing your fears as a way to diminish them? Can you call it failure when communication breaks down or someone has had it? Emotions have a habit or wreaking havoc in your life at the best of times, which is why you're learning to become a master at handling intense experiences. Who else could process the data. Dark thoughts are your calling card, but you know where they lead if you're not vigilant. All that matters now is that you
make your mental health a priority.
Are you winning when you have the financial control or simply trying to stay on top of your earnings and sense of sufficiency? Can you call it failure when you don't have something you need or the means to get it? Sometimes self worth comes about the hard way, but your sense of security comes now from realizing emotions don't need to cloud your appreciation and enjoyment of what has been build thus far. All that matters now is that you keep up consistent efforts, towards that meaningful and worthwhile (and potentially prosperious)
plan, proposal or project.
Are you winning when you're able to cut the crap from your life or when you stoically hold on when life starts chipping away at what you already have? Control and power are strange ideas to you now - some days you desperately claw, while other times you're rather someone else steer. We don't blame you. The burdens you carry no one will ever really 'get' until you're probably long gone but don't despair. All that matters now is that you ditch the garbage you've been amassing. First inside - purge. Cry. Scream. Let it out. Then your closets. Car. Back yard. leave no stone unturned. Make way for
something new by first doing this.
Are you winning only when you're serene and centered in the storm? Can you call it failure when you're tuned out, turned off or zoned out? Do you want to be in charge or bow down to the Cosmos, or something else we currently have no real name for. Some call it chaos. Those are the Aquarians who fear the unknown, and try to desperately hold on. Then there are the lucky ones, who realize that when things get emotionally too much to handle, all you need do is release your grasp, and surrender. You will be caught now, but not if you bottle up how you really, truly feel. All that matter now is that you empty your hands, mind and lungs, so that you can take in new life, new energy and new air.
Are you winning when friends have your back and support you no matter what and when your plans come together? Can you really call it failure when you're lonely because like-minds are few and far between or when depression clouds the visions of a brighter life ahead? Full Moon emotions may conjure up sadness over what has not come to pass, but also some anticipation for what may yet come to be. Hold this interest and fascination because all that matters now is that you follow through on every vision you hold dear, even if it's just the one you refuse to surrender yet.
Are you winning when things are stable and secure in your gut, and in your home or when you're facing each emotional challenge with as much maturity as you can muster? Can you call it failure when you don't have the footing or sense of inner security you feel you need in order to blossom fully? All that matters now is that you trace all emotional revelations back to their source, and uproot all habits, useless needs and pointless ways of responding. Tall order but you stand taller.