|"Our intuition comes from innocence."|
I need to start with what I know. Start with what I can do. For example:
I don't know what to eat. What do I know? I know I like vegetables. Good. I know I like rice. Good. I know I like chocolate. Good. Go from there.
Step 1: Reword the problem into words that make sense.
Step 2: Write down what I know.
Step 3: Solve.
Step 4: Check my work. Did I come to a solution? If not, try again.
It's like writing an essay. Ernest Hemingway said in his memoir A Moveable Feast, "All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know." Then, "go on from there." If I can write one true sentence, I can write another.
It's like putting one step in front of the other. Just take each day one step at a time, one moment at a time. If I can take one step, I can take another. Step through the muck. Be patient. Keep walking until I find my heart.