The Zone

Different people do have different distances involved with their comfort zone, based on personality and such.

At various times we allow more closeness or less closely, given the situation. For example, you may let a doctor or partner get very close to you, and you may prevent an angry person from being close to you.

You also regulate comfort zones when alone or with inanimate objects, as with dangerous items like a fire.

It’s only when you face your own truth, you’ll find it’s an enormous relief. If you’re maybe not as wonderful as you’d like to be, you aren’t nearly as bad as you fear either. The truth really does set you free; free to work on being better and to forgive yourself for being human; free to express your gratitude to others and recognize what you owe them; free to acknowledge your feelings without letting them dominate your life. Above all, you’ll be free to understand the truth of living: that much of what happens to you is no more than chance. It can’t be avoided and is not your fault. There’s no point in beating yourself up about it.

What is holding you in situations and actions that no longer work for you often isn’t inertia or procrastination. It’s the power of habitual ways of seeing the world and thinking about events. Until you can let go of those old, worn-out habits, they’ll continue to hold you prisoner. To stay in your comfort zone through mere habit, or—worse still—to stay there because of irrational fears of what may lie outside, will condemn you to a life of frustration and regret.
If you can accept the truth about the world and yourself, change whatever is holding you back, and get on with a fresh view on life, you’ll find that single action lets you open the door of your self-imposed prison and walk free. There’s a marvelous world (where the MAGIC happens) out there.

You’ll see, if you try it.

~A spoken word is a moment. A written word is eternal~

Moe R