“We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.” ~Edith Lovejoy Pierce
I’ve learned that the very best way to be at peace with others is to realize that when a relationship was simply never meant to be, do NOT “force” it and try to make it work. Simply wish them well and go your separate ways in peace before it gets any worse. The sooner you come to this realization with those whom were never meant to be in your life to begin with the better off you’ll become. Because to force these kinds of “never meant to be” relationships to work will only breed frustration, which leads to resentment and feelings of distrust….which ultimately brings out the very WORST in you and transforms you into a vengeful and miserable human being that ultimately NO ONE wants to be around. Is that how you want to be remembered? I sure as hell don’t….
I agree Michael. But and this is important, you need to realize that everyone who comes into your life–good or bad, painful and sad or happy and glad– made a soul contract with you. And for a reason. To point you into your direction, purpose, path, and way. It is when you can forgive those who hurt and betrayed you–even if that was on an intimate level– and when you can wish them and ALL well that you know you are truly free.
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