Beware |  Life

Beware | Life



Wednesday, May 12, 2021

A friend wrote to me recently. He had a request from me; He started by stating that he was a little hesitant and shared his motive. Give a positive response to your request (e) medim. I shared my situation, he heard me, the subject was closed with sweetness. But the issue of hesitation remained with me. What’s to beware? Why are we afraid? Don’t hesitate …

According to the first definition in TDK; respect, fear, embarrassment, etc. Not wanting to do something with emotions, it meant avoiding.

Withdrawal seems to arise when we think we don’t quite deserve something. Someone is giving me something material or spiritual, and I hesitate that I deserve it. In this case, I feel hesitant about receiving. As such, I will either refrain from taking it or extend my hand despite this; a bite, a sip of water or interest, relevance, love … It is not easy to take, to take while hesitating …

Or … I have a desire inside of me; I have a request from other person or persons, or from God. I have a material or spiritual need and maybe I would like to reach out to him without being extended to me. And in the same way, if I am not sure that I deserve it fully, the hesitation in me will manifest as hesitation and maybe I will not lie down, maybe I will reach it hesitantly. This is even more difficult than the other; to demand despite hesitation, to open hand while in hesitation, to be able to open …

One of the answers to “Why are we hesitant?” Seems to me the thought of not deserving, as I just wrote. If we see the right to buy that thing in ourselves, the coefficient of shyness decreases or does not exist and we can get it more easily; If we are not sure about the right, we look more hesitantly and whether we can reach out according to the size and urgency of the need; If we think that we do not deserve it, I hope it would be an appropriate generalization to say that if there is no indispensable situation, fear turns into reservation and that we choose not to take or not to want.

The subject of rights is a very, very big issue. I do not think that I, or anyone reading these lines, can know, without a doubt, what is right and what is not. He might think he knows, but he probably doesn’t. They may form their own conjectures through their own world of thought, they may have ideas or memoirs about the rules and rules of the world and system in which they were born, but it is difficult to know precisely. For right– again according to TDK- means justice; true means true; It means God … To claim that you know what is right, what is really just, what is God’s grant is to try to eat a huge bite. This is a bite that is not easy to chew, swallow or digest … We throw it in our mouth without knowing it, it is different …

Of course I made a few words in one paragraph right; In my opinion, a subject that cannot fit in volumes and books. Maybe I will devote at least one or a few articles to this at a time …

Now I want to go back to hesitation. One of the reasons that brings hesitation, especially when requesting something, again I think, holy yes and holy no the pollinations in our relationship to – and indeed ourselves in the big picture. To me, we don’t know when to say yes and when to say no (which is actually again right and in the same way, our insecurity – I think it is right – about whether the other person will give the correct (right) answer in a correct way … Because the concepts such as politeness, kindness, not wanting to hurt the other are conveyed to us, and often are far from purity. We know that our connection with ourselves is not always very strong and that others are often in a similar situation, and therefore we cannot trust the correctness of the next answer.

When we realize that yes and no are equally beautiful and of equal holiness, and we begin to see what the answers lie in our hearts and our essence, we are free from all calculations, and we know what is right within us and begin to live in paradise. Think about it, you don’t have any doubts or hesitations about anything you do or don’t do, say or not say, answer yes or no. In this case, can you imagine how we can take each breath with great relief and peace? Without accounting, thinking and worrying, without putting new loads on the saddlebag. live justly Who knows what kind of thing? May it be our fortune.

And I think that if we experience this, there will be little to be afraid. I think that as confidence takes the place of human accounts, book of accounts and question marks, doubts about the steps we have taken or not taken will disappear and in this case, fear will disappear from the scene.

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In the meantime, the second definition of shyness in TDK is stated as creeping something and explained with the following example: A woman who shuns. A light came on from here, I said huh when I read it! When we creep ourselves, we hesitate to ourselves; then it is possible not to meet with the righteous. So if we are going to hesitate, let’s shy about it; Let’s shy ourselves to ourselves.

Let it heal, let it be …


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