If and When = Nothing

Original Post 7th Jan 2011

“If and When” equals O.

I use to hear this all of the time, even when things “seemed” to be going well in life.

“If and when we…..”

It came to me oneday during a Goals review in 2009 that “If and When” equaled absolutely NOTHING.

It was a way of saying one didn’t believe in what was before him/herself but being too afraid, naive or manipulative to know or admit what was being planned wasn’t really the truth or better yet, maybe it was unbelievable.

Driving last night, I concluded that I no longer needed to say, “When I get there” to certain things because I am living those things now. I also concluded that instead of saying “If and when”, just be sure of which one I believe and speak only that.

“If and when” is the same as asking God for something then continuing to change your mind when you’re having a bad day or it seems to take too long. Basically, you have a wavering mind and can’t ask God for anything. (His Word, not mine, look it up in the book of James.)

You know how things go in life…..when every thing is good, the money is flowing, a person has a lot of faith and it’s all good and happy. Then when the tide turns, all of a sudden, it’s “if and when” then blame and blah blah blah.

If you are hearing this phrase or similar and/or even feeling this way, you are going to end up with absolutely NOTHING at the end of the day.

Need Proof?  Look at the results of your “ifs and whens”.


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About Temeca

I believe in living authentically. By me being open about the truths we all share, people can connect with their own truths and have a better spiritual walk, health & wellness, healing, healthy relationships, and prosperity in their finances and career. Most importantly, loving others unconditionally "as is", forgiving for good and being happy are keys to a successful life.

Posted on May 23, 2011, in With Love and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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