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Hesitation will kill your spirit.

It leaves you in a state of limbo, neither here nor there, neither coming nor going.

Hesitation reflects a lack of conviction.

It’s a kind of hanging around and wishing for something to happen, instead of making it happen.

You know what to do, but still you hesitate, why?

Maybe it’s fear

Maybe it’s indifference 

But what we know for certain

Is that it’s at that little moment of hesitation that life passes you by

Because hesitation teaches you nothing and gets you nowhere 

It’s the road not walked

The chance not taken 

Leaving you always wondering. 

To be an active participant in your life, you’re going to have to take some initiative, 

At some point you’ll have to make a call, then move.

You’re going to have to do that, because chances are, no one is going to do it for you.


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