Should “Should” Stay or “Should” Should go? Even the Clash is confused…

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Should ‘Should’ Stay or
should ‘should’ Go?
I’m wrong in at least 5 different ways whenever I think
‘should’ should stay…. Matter of fact I’m wrong whenever
I think anyone should do ANYTHING other than what
they are doing!!!
Should; it’s not quite what I thought. Matter of
fact I’m so dissilusioned with ‘should’ I’m breaking
up…with it!
Kind of like the author of the song “should’ has
perplexed me for years I’ve always believed giving
up my judgement would mean trouble; like I’d lose my
moral compass or something. The biggest “Should” that
has haunted me is my belief everyone ‘should’ be honest,
impeccable with their word and yes of integrity…
I’m here to confess- I ‘should’ not do this
anymore….I’ve decided ‘should’ should go
in my life…it’s not staying.
Regardless of
the exaggerations, the lies,
the unfulfilled promises, the unclarified ommissions,
broken businesses contracts and words and
actions that don’t match reality….
Regardless of what other businesses do
or how others act, it’s never a good idea for me to think
“they shouldn’t’…
It’s not my place. It’s none
of my business!!!
Here’s 5 reason’s ‘should’ should go in my life-NOW!
#1. Fighting reality is a sure sign of insanity.
Okay, I’ve done it enough to know – I can’t win. My job and yours is to
accept reality, embrace it and take action in light of it
not to fight it; if someone is lying, if a business promises
one thing and delivers another – that’s reality; accept it and
ask yourself so now …what?
#2. I am not responsible for other people, their
businesses or their choices.
It’s none of my business….how other people do life or business.
So why am I leaving my own business and life and spending
mental and spiritual energy ruminating over someone else’s?
It’s really quite narcissistic of me to think I’m Judge Judy
on honesty, integrity…
#3. Whenever I ‘should’ on myself or others it creates a
stench that hovers for a long time.
Yeah, don’t ‘should’ on yourself
or others. It’s false thinking, a negative life habit, a faulty
way of living that is toxic to relationships and businesses.
When I’m busy rewinding over what I ‘should’ have done I’m not present,
herein this moment doing my best; I can’t be. When I’m busy judging
someone else ‘s life or business I’m in a negative spiral that diffuses my own spirit and power as well as spreads toxicity that could in fact harm others.
#4 Instead of judging other people and their businesses
I need to embrace that honesty and integrity are important to me
and live my own commitment to being impeccable in my word.
For me words are life giving, the word came to life it’s spirit
explained. Integrity is intoxicating to me- highly attractive
having a force field that draws me and extracts the best me
the me I am when I am all me… Because of how I’m wired and
me…integrity and honesty staying impeccable with my word is
life giving it is life to me and how I show up authentically at one
with my spirit in this very physical drama unfolding here on planet
#5 People and businesses aren’t always honest, of integrity or
impeccable with their words…So why ‘should’ they be?
Truth is what is. Reality is. People and businesses aren’t honest, of integrity or
always impeccable with their words- that’s just fact.
Over time the truth always tells out and as it does, I have the choice to
move toward or away from that which is not life giving.
and businesses are honest and of integrity.
So tell me ‘should’ should go in your life? In your business?
Pam Hoelzle

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