While much is made of the rules of three, sometimes the rules of two are more powerful …
- It takes two to tango.
- Two wrongs make a right.
- Two roads diverged in a wood, and I … I took the one less traveled by.
- A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
A questioning nature such as my own can be a wonderful thing with which to better examine and understand the world and all the creatures that inhabit it. Curiousity is a precious commodity, however existing in a state of questioning self-reflection can leave one suspectible to a case of ‘second guesses’. Before you know it you’re questioning each and every decision, edging ever closer to the more serious affliction of complete and utter self-doubt.
While it’s likely the questions will always be present, I need to remember to trust myself more and back myself more often … because there are some times when the ‘rule of one’ is the most important rule to be guided by.