Don’t worry about missed opportunities

“Don’t worry about missed opportunities” was written by guest contributor, Babajide Faseyi.

I remember when I was younger we were taught in school to “make hay while the sun shines”. And what that meant was that it was beneficial to be proactive and to do our best to make use of opportunities when those opportunities came by.

Another thing I have also learned is that it takes confidence to make use of our opportunities. It takes for us to be confident in a plan for our life that is greater than any plan that the human mind can possibly imagine.

I have also learned that it is important for us to tap into our inner confidence because it helps us be more in the present moment, which leads us to be aware of the opportunities that come to us.

Many times I thought I missed an opportunity, I have found that life was generous to give me a new opportunity not too long after. And those are situations that have helped me to learn and grow.

(To read more of Babajide’s poetic essays, click here.)

I would like to say that we should not allow any feelings of opportunities we feel we missed to bring down our inner confidence and self-respect that we have for ourselves. I would like to say that when we trust in the divine plan for our life, and that our life is unfolding according to this plan despite the disappointments and missed opportunities that we sometimes experience, we can live our lives with more happiness, peace and love.

Blessings, Babajide

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About the Author: My name is Babajide Faseyi.  I was born and raised in Nigeria and then moved to the United States for college at the age of 19.  In my 20’s, I became acutely aware that there was more to life than I had been taught and this led me to a deep search.  I read voraciously.  After a period of disillusionment with not having an outlet for the creativity that I felt within myself, I encountered Eckhart Tolle’s book, The Power of Now.  And thus, the journey of knowing who I truly am and the discovery of what I have to offer creatively began.  The links to my facebook pages where my writings are posted are – and

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