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Intuition

I used to always run things by Vivek. 
Just about everything. 
And very recently, I realised. 

He’s not always right about everything. 
I’ve got a sense of intuition of my own. 

And when I get angry, frustrated or loose my patience. 

It’s for a reason and something needs to change. 
Not at V’s pace (unless it’s something relevant to him).

At mine. 
And he recently learnt the same thing as well. 

We’re like guides to each other. 

But never determining the path for each other. 
Xx

K

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  1. Cheri

    I’ve made some of my biggest life-changes based on intuition. It’s never failed me. I got out of a business that I knew would ultimately end badly. I’ve since had my suspicions confirmed by friends only in recent months, and I definitely dodged a MAJOR bullet.

    And the funny thing is, I can’t tell you how many people said straight after ‘I’m so glad, I never liked her’ or ‘She was shady but I didn’t want to say anything’ or even ‘She was always so jealous and put you down all the time’, never mind that my intuition was telling me something wasn’t right waaaaay before I made the decision to exit—and did so at the peak of our success. I just knew that something was ‘off’. It’s hard because you just can’t put your finger on it, and logic can’t explain it.

    I also went back to uni years ago to finish my degree, despite having my foot in the door in my industry and a job where I’d skipped a couple of years to get to the position I was working in. I don’t know why, but I just KNEW I had to do it. I just had a feeling that it was the right thing to do for me at that time. And even though a work mate was furious and tried to convince me otherwise at the time, it didn’t stop me.

    And you know what? Best decision I made, because it’s paid me back so much in the last four years. I wouldn’t be doing what I am, without my degree. I’m so thankful that I did that back then, I’m SO stupidly lucky now because of it. My workmate? She went back to uni because she ended up loathing the job she was in. And even laments that I did the right thing back then. Funny, huh?

    At the end of the day, everyone has their own path to tread. Even when loved ones try and tell us, guide us, encourage us, ultimately we’re responsible for the decisions we make, and most importantly, our own happiness.

    Moral of the story: Spidey senses never lie.

    Or in the words of Kanye, #VIBES.

    • karishma

      Wow. About the business exit – I’m so glad you got a chance to have it all confirmed. It sounds like a form of closure. I wish I could get that with some of the drama in my life!
      I’ve only just started to realise how many paths I walk based on other peoples recommendations and it’s starting to feel not so good anymore. Especially with career. I just need to FIND my VIBES! I’ve been letting them lie low for too long. xxx THANK YOU

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