What Can We Learn from a Starfish? -A Unique Way of Self-Healing

starfish-wallpapers-7What can a broken heart and a broken life can learn from a starfish?

There is a wisdom how a starfish heals itself and it is a wisdom that man can learn and can apply to life. A starfish on the shore is always a broken one. The sea is the safest place for it as well as the perfect place for healing.

One way a wounded starfish heals itself is to go back to the sea. It’s only way for it. That’s life for a starfish. Going back is a necessity of life. If you find yourself broken learn from a starfish.

A unique way of healing yourself is to go back to where you came from. Then you will only understand where are you now. Wounds can only be understood if you try to look at the past. It is the key of the present and of the future.

Like a starfish, setting to a place you don’t belong may cause your death. It is always very important to always have a glimpse of the past so that we may be reminded of where we are now. To forget the past is tragedy because the past were lessons with a purpose.

Run back because that is the best way to heal yourself. It the best way to cure the wounds of the present. If you’re loosing the road maybe you are tracking a wrong one. It’s never easy to correct a mistake but that is the mark of wisdom combined with courage. Doing the things you are afraid to do to make things right again.

But the like the starfish, it can never do it alone without a help coming from a wave or from a man. It is either by choice or by force. Force yourself to do what is right, use the gift of freewill because that is what is meant to be.

Healing takes time and it begins the day you decide it to. Time heals everything.

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