Hello my beloved readership,
whether for the interim to autumn or summer red and olive green are a strong match and the perfect occasion to make a strong statement: consequences.
This is the part two and the continuation of my article from last autumn about things being okay. We need to maintain ourselves this attitude, on the one hand because there are worse things than the actual happening and on the other hand because we need to create a positive mindset. It is probably hard to believe or not acceptable for everyone of you – especially the hardliners among you – but depending on the point of view things are completely and absolutely alright. Does that mean that we have to take anything as it comes? No, I never said that and never would(!) in all the criticism I have left story for story. Sometimes we need to tell our fellows that things that seem like a kingdom burning down for them are absolutely alright, sometimes the best counter is to say that something is okay and here comes the catch: the strength is to be found in serenity, things are indeed okay but not everyone has recognized it yet what for they get confused that this might be just the calm before the storm (if the one or other can of course think this far) and they are right about it because it is okay is healthier for ourselves than putting our precious nerves into a war of an arguments and freaking out, and maintaining this calmness we can do something even better than being on fire, we can simply take our own consequence out of something after branding it as something being okay and then we can draw back our fist for a blow.
“At what price are things okay?”
It is Okay but…
But… the infamous but after rather positive words. No one trusts them and everyone is looking for a catch. If you ask me I do not blame the people with the majorly negative, self-centered and critical society our world is holding. Things are okay and can be okay, one time, two times (because everyone deserves a second chance) but at the third time after no improvement we can start thinking – at what price are things okay? And here you have your catch now, the silent catch, the personal and necessary action you take which is furthermore something like an end you put to something. People like I used to be would ask if this is fair towards the other person to put an end in silence and not give the person the chance to improve. Read again, you did(!) more than once but if there is no improvement visible and no hope or rather outlook on improvement you did everything you could and that and then it is and stays okay because by telling yourself and others that it is okay you accept the situation as it but you decide to take a way which brings you further and move on instead of pulling yourself down by staying at the same place. Then I will take the necessary action, my consequences. Move on, take the necessary actions, consequences.
My Look in Details
- Blouse and high waist skinny jeans by Orsay
- Chucks by New Yorker
- Shopper by Perfumery Douglas
- Earrings by Bijou Brigitte
- Lipstick “Perfect Red” by NYX Professional Make-Up
- Watch by Wempe