Daily Practice: Why You Fear It & Why You Need It

Sitar | photo by Diana Waldron

We often want short-term satisfaction. When something is hard, like a dream we’re building toward, we easily want to give up and move on, thinking that it wasn’t meant for us —we tell ourselves we didn’t want it that badly anyway.

But what we fail to see is the long-term effect of our actions. We get so lost stumbling over the details that we fail to focus on the bigger vision…




Diana Waldron is a writer and a sitarist.

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Diana Waldron

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Diana Waldron is a writer and a sitarist.

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