I should.

You should.

We should.


It’s a should-a-round.


“Should” lulls us into thinking we might actually

do something.

We get on and just keep circling,

going nowhere,

creating a deeper rut.


When we say “should,”

we really mean,

“It sounds like a good idea, but it’s not going to happen.”


When it comes to “should,” it’s actually “won’t”.


If you want to take action,

shun “I should”


master “I must”.


Stop circling

and start living.


Get off the should-a-round.