Have you ever noticed that when a dog has an itch, they just scratch it? They don’t deny themselves that pleasure of relieving the itch. We humans are much more complicated and tend to overthink things. But sometimes, we all just need to remember that sometimes you gotta scratch - or go for it - regardless of how complicated the situation might be.
We often find ourselves in situations where our desires are so strong that we can’t help but be tempted to act on them. This is actually a sign of growth and a reminder that sometimes we have to take risks in order to progress in life. That being said, suppressing our desires isn’t always the best option either. Denying ourselves our wants and needs can lead to feelings of frustration and even depression if not properly managed.
Rather than suppressing your desires, why not take a chance and go for it? It may feel like a risk at first, but taking action on our wants and needs can open up doors to new opportunities in life. By acknowledging our desires, we recognize what we need for personal growth and development - and this ultimately leads us down the path towards achieving greater success.
But let’s not forget about balance! Taking risks is important but also make sure you take time to assess whether or not what you desire is something that will benefit you in the long run. If not, then it may be better to save yourself from potential heartache by pursuing something else instead. As with anything else in life, moderation is key!
It’s easy for us humans to get caught up in overthinking things or trying too hard not to act on our instincts but this type of behavior can cause more harm than good in some cases. So next time you feel like scratching that itch (figuratively speaking!), why not just go for it? Life is full of surprises; you never know what could happen unless you give yourself the opportunity to explore new possibilities! Just remember: when you gotta scratch, you gotta scratch!
Peace, Love and Wufs,
Dina Rae and Rev Deb invite you to enjoy this curated experience. May your tails wag with satisfaction and your hearts be warmed by all that you see.