Letting go does not mean doing nothing. It means taking action based on inspiration.
Perhaps because I found myself in a plane barreling down the runway twice today, my mind has been fixed on the case against hesitation.
I kept imagining what would happen if the pilot had self-induced second thoughts and pulled back a tad on the power.
No lift off!
Or how about that guy you always see in the movies running after the bad guy and leaping from one building to another.
What would happen if he slowed down because he started wondering if he could make it?
We can only assume he would meet the ground below in a very personal way.
Sometimes in life, it has to be full speed ahead or full stop.
To hesitate once we make a decision means that we simply have not made a decision and we are heading for a fall.
Decisions moves forward
Hesitations drag their heels, and are best advised not to try and leap across any chasms.
Victor Kiam, who was so impressed with Remington razors that he bought the company, as well as being the owner of the New England Patriots said:
"Procrastination is opportunities assassin"
This from a man who had good business deals and bad, but by jove he kept moving forward!
Commitment takes courage. But what takes even more courage is allowing yourself to be inspired- let it happen - and then to take off down the runway at full throttle.
Let that inspiration run without hesitation hindering it.
Go- you have a life to catch.
And that's poetiquejustis.