One of the hardest decisions we’ll ever face making in our lives is the decision to walk away. Walking away from friendships that no longer serve you. Walking away from family members that won’t or don’t allow you to be the person you are today. Walking away from a marriage that no longer works no matter how hard you’ve tried. Walking away from a job that no longer serves to fuel your highest good.
This can be some or all of what you may encounter during your life at one point or another. However, the one thing you need to realise, is that you can’t continue to be dragged back to what was when you feel you need to go towards what is.
Only you can make that decision on whether your relationships are or are not working for you.
Only you can choose to leave a job that no longer fuels your passion or soul.
Only you can decide who is best for you to be around at any point in your life.
Herein lies a problem….the problem to make a decision in the first place as you encounter feelings of hurt and anguish knowing you may be leaving people behind that you once loved and possibly still do.
How, why, must this happen??? Questions you may ask.
People come and go in our lives every day. Some stay for years, others stay for just short periods of time. All, though, play important roles in our lives, challenging us to see why you need to love the life you have, showing you what you want which then leads to making you happy. Which in turn keeps you healthy.
The most important concept of all though, is what you’ll do to keep yourself from feeling trapped, held back from your potential, kept out of living a stressful life, and living the concept of what your dreams are, loving the life you’ve created for the better and beyond.
TODAY, know that you don’t have to make decisions on any of this if you don’t want to. After all, we all are afforded choice in our lives. However, today, pay attention to yourself in your surroundings. Ask yourself to be present to how you feel when you’re around family and friends. What do you feel like when you go to that job you currently have? Ask yourself to be present for all of it.
It’s at this time you will begin to see what makes you happy and what does not.
It’s at this time that you look at your options to making yourself happy.
And, it’s at this time, you make choices to keep yourself in places that supply you with happiness and joy instead of sorrow and anguish.
Today is the day you look at what fuels your heart.
A simple prayer for you to use to gain clarity to any situation: God, please grant me the serenity to accept what I can handle with ease and grace. God, please grant me the serenity to know what needs to be changed within my life. God, please grant me the wisdom and knowledge to believe that there may come a time that I need to change certain aspects of my life. God, please give me strength to change my life for the better. God, please keep me safe.