Sunday, April 29, 2012

3 Ways to Refocus

Goodwood Motion Blur
Goodwood Motion Blur (Photo credit: ** Lucky Cavey **)

Generally, a camera out of focus is frustrating and does not accomplish the goal of getting a sharp, clear picture that captures the moment. In order to achieve a good quality photo, the user has to make adjustments.

When our life gets out of focus, we have to do the same. Adjust or be left with a fuzzy, distorted picture that can cripple us or restrain our ability to enjoy each day.

Here are 3 ways to refocus
that can help you survive sanely:

1. STOP. Refrain from what is causing the fuzzy, distorted picture. If it is causing pain and frustration to the point that it is unbearable and makes absolutely no sense to continue the pursuit, with no possibility of resolution in sight, it is time to halt, slam the gears into PARK. GET OFF the boat, the bus or the train.

2. TAKE A TIMEOUT. Give yourself time to reflect, pray, meditate and listen. Learn the plan that is designed just for you.

3. GO A DIFFERENT DIRECTION. Put the designed plan into action. Adjust the attitude, change the scenery, the pattern, the method. Get out of the stuck lane and move over to the going forward path.  

  "If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude. Don't complain."
— Maya Angelou

Refocusing is good for the soul. It may seem painful for a season, it can seem easier to go back for a time, but the action of moving ahead and beyond the distorted picture can bring us peace like we may not have felt in such a long, long time. ~

Have you had a refocus experience?

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