100 Questions: Day 19 

Where can I ask for help, and who can I let in? 

I know in this society, and even in my own household, self-sufficiency is praised. It’s admirable that you have the means and the strength to take care of yourself. There are also those life moments where you have reached out for help, only to have that person(s) either fail to follow through or didn’t help you in the way you needed to be helped. That was me. I was a “I’d rather do it myself cause I know how I like things done.” 

That line of thinking has worked for where I was, but now that doesn’t serve me. Although I don’t know exactly what I’m doing or where I’m going, I know I’m moving into unfamiliar territory. So I ask for help often; either silently or directly. I asked for help in learning different natural herbs. Needed help planning my birthday trip. I even need help in finding a good recipe for biscuits. 

So I have to keep myself open to any teacher that may come my way. I have to lay judgement aside and lead with an open mind and heart. Whether it’s the random stranger in the supermarket or Google, you never know who or what may teach you a thing or three. 


Tarot Card of the Day: The Chariot. The Chariot is your confidence, your will, and your inner warrior.  At points in your life when you felt the bliss of achievement or triumph, you were riding on his back.  Build a relationship with this part of yourself. Try to “see” the chariot inside of you. 

2 thoughts on “100 Questions: Day 19 

  1. Good on you for finding that place where you can let people help. I need to get there. Slow as molasses I’m letting the OCD of, “If you want it done right, do it yourself,” trickle away, but it’s hard. I applaud you for reaching that comfort zone.

    1. Thank you! It really is hard to let people help you because, for me, I was raised to be independent. My mom didn’t want me relying on anyone for help, which I’m having to unlearn.

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