We vacillate between feeling confident some days, lucky on others, and yet frequently scared on others.
It’s human to vacillate. We need not be anxious because our emotions refuse to stand still.
Changing emotions are part of the process of normal living. And changing emotions reflect an involvement with the moment. Situations do touch us, as they should. They do invite responses, as they should. And our responses will reveal our emotional involvement, as they should.
We can cherish the variety of our emotions.
They enrich us.
But they may also create problems, if they go unchecked.
We need to maintain a balance. Being in charge of our emotions makes them work for us.