Psychology says that women who cut their hair are broken-hearted ones. Mmm … fallacy! Not all women who cut their hair had their heart broken. But on a side note, cutting your hair could be a style or a mode or a kind of process of letting go and moving on.
Do I have something to let go and to move on from? Is that why I cut my hair? 😂😂😂
Well, I guess so.
Aside from the fact that I’m too lazy to comb my hair, I had my reasons why I cut my hair.
I did it because it’s symbolic. I need to CUT OFF from the past, CUT AWAY my present and CUT THROUGH the future. Too much cuttings, right?
Well, here’s the deal about it. Recently, I found myself stuck in the previous season, that I kept on comparing my past with my present. I kept thinking about how golden my days were during that season, how excellent, how passionate, how young and free … things looked better back then.
Since I cherished that season too much, I’m missing out the present season that I am in and I’m in the brink of failing. My present mindset carries guilt, regrets, inferiority and insecurities and these hinder me from enjoying the moment that God has blessed.
Gawd! This is not the kind of mindset that will bring me to success.
And because of this failure consciousness, fear arises. We all know what this fear does, right? It keeps us from moving forward.
And so I have decided to finally end it, to cut all the toxic.
We all need to do it! Cut yourself off from the past whether their good or bad because it doesn’t exist anymore. That season is over. Cut away all your negative and ugly thoughts so you could enjoy every blessing that God is giving you everyday. And lastly, cut through the hedges and walls and thickets to see the bright future that God has prepared for you. There’s more to see than what meets the eye 😉.