Musings in Mountains

Do I always have to have a plan? Who decides this for me?

Why do we (many a time) judge a person for not having a roadmap, a plan? Why is it that we assume our ‘normal’ is supposed to be the other person’s normal as well? I think, sometimes it’s okay to not have clarity and yet start walking because taking that step, however tiny, however slow, is way more important than being still. For the clouds of uncertainty will move eventually to clear and give you the glimpse of something beautiful, something grand, for sure!

Not everyone has a chalked path and it is okay if someone wants to figure out the path after they start walking, can we normalize that?

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