My Spidey Senses are always tingling and I rely on my intuition a lot.

Sounds crazy, but there you have it.

Sometimes I just know stuff. I say it to people. They take it or leave it. That’s fine.

I, however, always take it seriously. If and when I ignore my little voice – as we all have our own lives to live and mistakes to make – it always comes back to haunt me in one way or another.

I was thinking about mistakes I have made in the past and inevitably that is exactly what happened. I wish I was the kind of blogger that could spill it here for all the world to see, but no, because it just isn’t my style. I can’t go against my own manifesto now can I? Plus, as anyone who knows anything knows – that would definitely come back to haunt me!

We all must listen to our own little voice. Mine might be different than yours and that is okay. Yours might tell you to go a completely different way than me and that is okay. 

So, in keeping with the Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man theme I give you this most eloquent quote from Peter’s Uncle Ben.

With great power comes great responsibility. 
~Benjamin Parker

 

4 Comments on Spidey Senses

    • Hah! I think there is no secret. Other than truly tuning into your own little voice – and teaching your children to do the same.

      In remembering mistakes, it was like a refresher course in what I could do differently to avoid making the same one again, again. 😉

      You make me smile. 😀

      Besos,
      Laureen

    • All *is* well! I promise!

      I just have to remember Maya Angelou’s wisdom a little more often for a while, I think. “When people show you who they are, believe them the first time.” 😉 Phenomenal woman, indeed!

      I find it so interesting how many of my tweeps have Spidey senses! (Btw, “spidey” autocorrected to “spicy” and it made me laugh because that is also true of a lot of my friends!) Little voices. They are life savers! Thank goodness I listen more often than not.

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