I don’t believe in coincidences. I think that things happen the way that they are supposed to. When you really look at and evaluate every experience you’ve had, it’s a direct result of your actions and thoughts.
Don’t fight or wish away unexpected occurrences. In time, and in its own way, it will prove to better your life in some way. I’m a firm believer that everything happens for a reason.
Some things we can let go of in the moment. We can shift our perspective or have curiosity rather than judgement. We can choose to be happy rather than needing to show we’re right. We can change how we’re breathing affecting how we’re feeling. We can walk it off. We can check in at the end of the day and let go. Notice where we missed an opportunity and choose not to carry it into tomorrow.
Some other things take time to process. Some things are buried deep where we stored them. Some things are not quite ready. Sometimes we’re comfortable in our pain because it’s what we know. And sometimes we think we’ve healed something only to revisit it later on a deeper level.
We always need to be gentle with ourselves and compassionate when it’s taken us longer than we wanted to let it go. Practice patience, trust the process.
Be the person who cares. Be the person who makes the effort. Be the person who loves without hesitation. Be the person who bares it all. Be the person who never shies away from the depth of their feeling or the intensity of their hope. Be the person who believes in the softness of the world. Be the person who believes in the goodness of other people. Be the person who believes in the beauty of being open and untethered and trusting. Be the person who takes the chance. Be the person who refuses to hide. Be the person who makes people feel seen. Be the person who shows up.
Trust me when I say be the person who cares. Because the world doesn’t need any more carelessness, any more disregard. Because there is nothing stronger than someone who continues to stay soft in a world that hasn’t always been kind to them.
It’s easy to look back and question decisions you have made in the past, but it’s unfair to punish yourself for them. You can’t blame yourself for not knowing back then what you know now. And the truth is you made each decision for a reason, based on how you were feeling at the time.
As we grow up we learn and we evolve. Maybe the person you are now would have done things differently back then, or maybe you are the person you are now, because of the decisions you made back then. Trust your journey, it’s all going to make sense soon.
1. If it feels wrong, don’t do it. 2. Say exactly what you mean. 3. Don’t be a people pleaser. 4. Trust your instincts. 5. Never speak bad about yourself. 6. Never give up on your dreams. 7. Don’t be afraid to say NO or YES. 8. Be kind to yourself. 9. Let go of what you can’t control. 10. Stay away from drama and negativity. 11. Spread light & love.
If we want to see success in our lives, we must intentionally work towards what we’re purposed to do. We cannot get distracted by anything outside of our purpose or compromise our creativity, vision, or convictions because we believe that we’ll obtain more success or get more recognition or praise through our change in direction. It doesn’t work like that. Because, success is connected to purpose, not trends of popularity. One of the definitions of success is “the accomplishment of one’s goals”.
We have to keep OUR GOALS in front of us, not someone else’s. So, stay on track. Believe in yourself and your purpose.
Trust that as you stay faithful to what you know you ought to be doing, you will experience astronomical success that will leave you with a sense of fulfillment and will impact the world around you.
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