Why do I start so many things that I never finish?

I have so many things that I have started that I never finish.

Maybe they were getting ready to be ready to be ready to be ready. In other words, nothing’s ever finished. So how do you know that they just weren’t the perfect thing for what was next and what was next and what was next? In other words…

[interrupting] Like a ladder?

Why are you applying a limitation? Maybe they weren’t meant to be finished. Maybe they were meant to be started in preparation for what you would start next and not finish, in preparation for what you would start next and not finish, in preparation for what you would start next …because there’s no ending.

So I shouldn’t even feel bad about the things that I haven’t…

Not ever. Because when you feel bad, what does that really? You’re focused in a way that your Inner Being isn’t.


Abraham - Caribbean Cruise 2022

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What Abraham say here is so in harmony with Bashar’s principles - choose the most exciting thing in the moment and do it as long as it excites you or until you cannot take it any further, then choose the next exciting thing and do it as long as it gives you excitement, and so on and so on.

I’ve experienced the same thing the hotseater is talking about, but I just cannot (and don’t want to) get myself to do something I no longer feel excited about in the moment, even if my logical mind would say that it needs finishing because I started it.

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And everyone else’s logical minds as well :slight_smile: So it requires dealing with any lurking approval issues also.

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Yep, and putting conventional “logic” aside. :slight_smile:

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