Is a framework selfish?


Commitment...

Which means commitment, if you don't go fully for it.
Which means commitment, if you're not fully there.

Commitment is often needed to grow towards a goal.
I feel pretty guilty, because I often don't feel that way.

I set my framework to create a protection.
I fully realize that I have a lot to learn...

A framework for protecting energy and time.
A framework to choose for that which rejoices ME.

Is a framework selfish?
Well, no, I don't think so.
But... I can understand that someone else might see this that way.

A frame is important, or you're gonna break.
Crossing borders really does not bring much luck.

Sometimes I get caught, I know very well how I feel.
However, sometimes commitment is needed to achieve a goal.

by: a Voice of Thoughts www.angelienahuis.nl

Tags: #grenzenstellen #kader #commitment #grenzen #grenzenstellen
 
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