Our bridges

Something inspirational:

“One of the hardest things in life to learn is which bridge to cross and which bridge to burn.”


25 Sep, 2013

6 thoughts on “Our bridges

  1. Yes, especially the one’s to burn. We don’t know what the future holds so it’s difficult to know if we really want to burn that bridge or now. I tend not to burn bridges.

    I do cross several though.

  2. Thanks Lisa. Like you I too would rather cross several bridges than burn them.

    We can’t change go back to change our circumstances on the bridges we’ve burned, but we can still go back on the bridges we’ve crossed.

  3. How very true. I used to be a big bridge burner, usually out of spite, but I’ve learned to take a step back and assess the implications of those sort of decisions.

    I think I generally make ‘cleverer’ decisions as a result.

    1. I cant’ say I agree that doing things out of spite is the right way to go.

      On the contrary doing things out of spite will only add to our problems. I agree with you that taking a step back, and assessing the implications would always be right.

      I’m pleased to hear you now generally make ‘cleverer’ decisions as a result.

  4. I’ve made conscious efforts not to burn bridges where my experience has taken me; eventually we’ll need reference from the past.

    I doubt if anyone truly knows which bridges to cross. We should wisely cross our bridges by faith and not by sight.

    1. Thanks Tim. I tend to use neither faith or sight. I walked away from faith many years ago. I use my intuition and inner guidance to help me decide which bridges to cross.

      I can see why you would choose faith to help you though. People tend to use that as a guiding point. It’s what works best for us at the end of the day.

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