Never abiding the treason of doubt

... my "temporary assignment" ©

Mr. Shakespeare once wrote: “Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.”  

Words that speak of an inner conflict common to us all.  

A hand to hand combat engaged from within. When aspirations to become and achieve come in conflict with the risk associated with escape from your current reality.

When dreams are overrun  by a phalanx of “common sense” and the little voice that whispers “Yes.  You can.”, is shouted down by, “What in the world are you thinking?”.

Our doubts are traitors.


Made to betray our efforts, our commitments and our character.

They seek to cajole and finesse you into believing your best interests lay in accepting the security of the present instead of embracing the possibilities of what can follow.

Twisting events and circumstance so your only perspective is negative.

Presenting the appearance that consequences are…

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