Parents teach their children to talk, children teach their parents silence.
When you walk away from someone that once mattered to you – how do you feel?
For me – firstly, I am overwhelmed with feelings of loss, followed by a disbelief that the separation occurred. I then justify to myself the decision I took in ending the toxic attachment, as I replay in my mind all that transpired leading to the outcome.
I usually get a sense of guilt of abandoning someone I cared about. Soon after, I will accept that our journeys are no longer on the same path. After I take enough time to heal, I move on. I will not forget, I forgive and choose to remember the good memories and focus on the lessons I needed to learn.
How do you feel when you cut someone out of your life?
The core of my life is freedom of choice, and my life is not determined by the past, but instead is shaped by the thoughts I have right now.
Book: Heartfelt Inspirations – Joy and Happiness BY Herve Desbois
Always look for the answer within yourself. Do not let yourself be influenced by those who surround you, or by their words.
Thought provoking article that encompasses a very important lesson in life. Starting by describing a scene observed from a real live event, while driving one morning, just after sunrise, on a major street in my city. If the story gets too confusing. I apologize in advance. Feel free to skip it and read my thoughts about the incident below. Continue reading
And so it is, that both the devil and the angelic spirits present us with objects of desire to awaken our power of choice.
A guest and a fish start reeking on the third day.
Do you find yourself, more often than you would like, feeling disappointed in your partner’s behaviour?
For me – I found myself in the same position in almost every relationship I had. So repetitive, that at some point I doubted myself. I wondered: “why can’t they just love me the way I want to be loved?” Continue reading