To Be Or Not To Be…….

To Be Or Not To Be…….

These famous words uttered by the great poet himself. Mr Shakespeare. This profound statement can be echoed through various aspects of our lives. Love especially. Hearts flutter due to this crazy thing called love. We hear it all the time of its meant to be it will be. It just takes  a few times, maybe one thousand ( Gulp!), to understand it and get it right. Why is it that when the chemical reactors get a taste of lust, love, cuddling and mating and all the other things that we forget so quickly and we get swept off our feet. Albeit, our minds. To be or not to be. If it is then it is. If it isn’t then something else and better will. Once we get a grasp on this simple, on point and yet sometimes difficult concept then things will actually fall into place. Someone once said ” When God has something that is for you, you cant loose it. It is meant for you”. So true and so important to get a grip on. When you think about it, hearing something like that makes you feel more at ease. Secure for some reason, that all will work out as it should. Its all about having that unwavering faith that things just sort themselves out in the right time and in the right way. Shakespeare knew it then. Its a way of even making decisions for ourselves, what we want, our dreams and desires. You can put it out there to the universe and have that question inside you saying to be or not to be? That is the question. The thing is with love, the feelings and emotions are so powerful that if the answer to ‘ ‘To be or not to be’ is a no then we are met with disappointment, sadness, hurt and anger. The one thing that we have invested emotion, time and life to is not going to come to pass. If we remain focused on ourselves and where we are at  and want to  be then being in flow makes it easier and more kinder on ourselves. So think about Shakespeare and understand that he mutter a sentence that still makes sense today for all of us for all aspects of life. To be or not to be. Now that is a question. Open to interpretation but still something important to take in.

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