They say sometimes “it takes a village,” even if you don’t think so because you define yourself as a loner, but the truth is there is purpose in everyone you meet. Someway or somehow, they are aiding you on your self-discovery journey. You are learning your tolerance level, likes, dislikes, wants, needs, strengths, and weaknesses as you interact and communicate with each other. So, don’t be mad when things don’t work out with certain people because their time in your life is over.
Forgive me! But sometimes that is hard to do because whoever said, “Stick and stones will break my bones, but words never harm me,” is not telling the truth. Words do hurt, and even unsaid words hurt. It hurts our egos and feelings and can damage relationships if you allow it.
Today! Today! Today! We want everything today. Has life taught us that we need everything now? Where is our patience? I am the type of person who thinks about the what if’s in life and stress myself out trying to prevent it. I worry too much. I know that I am a thinker and over-analyzer at times. It is difficult for my mind to relax.
Have you ever considered where your life is headed? Are you going in the right direction? It doesn’t matter the age you are we all want a better life experience. Wished we could have done this or that when we were younger. You could be in your late 60s, just been forced to retire, or about to retire on your recognizance. You could be in your 40’s, 30’s, 20, or 18 years old, about to embark on your journey toward adulthood. You feel as stuck or lost as the other person in their 40s does, and you don’t know what is next for you.
Have you ever wondered why you did not get that particular job? Have you analyzed the style of jobs you recently applied for‒ Why apply for 4 or 5 types of similar positions that do not have anything to do with what you want to do? Some of us get stuck in the “why I didn’t get the job” mindset bring up the excuses of why
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