Not speed limits or taxes, but those unspoken, unwritten, guides that we created years ago and carry with us wherever we go.
Those ideas that regulate our lives, by what we have chosen to believe.
Areas that are now super-sensitive and given special attention for no reason other than an occurrence we may have endured decades ago.
Should something that happened when we were children still be responsible for how we act today? That is a question that can only be answered by ourselves. Perhaps what you endured was a lesson about self-preservation and you want to hold on to its teachings. But there are myriad other rules that when thought about makes us realize it would be ridiculous to let them control anything that we currently do.
With a little focusing it is not hard to supplant, or replace those old rules with ones by which you now want to live.
You can establish current guidelines for your life that reflect who you currently are, and who you currently want to be.
If and when that is accomplished one additional factor will happen. It will bring true . . .