This post is going to be a little different from my last two as I’ve realized they were more of an attempt from me to instill some deeper thinking. Not that my aim isn’t any different, however i have been thinking about how each of us really know each other. We could be best friends, old school friends or complete strangers, But how do well do we really know each other?
From the moment we learned how to speak we have been bonding with people, trying to figure out their little quirks and habits, deciding whether they are suitable partners for us in the quest to find out who we really are. Gratefulness cannot even describe the way i feel towards those i have met throughout my life. They have thought me lessons i will never forget and some of those meetings may have been not so great but every person we meet we meet for a purpose.
Someone very close to me taught me that people come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime. When you figure out what role that person has, you will know what to do for that person.
If that person is there for a Reason, they have come to support and guide you physically, emotionally or spiritually through a difficulty you may be having. Something may happen to bring that relationship to an end. Sometimes they die. Sometimes they walk away. Sometimes they act up, and force you to take a stand. We must realise that whatever need they came to fulfill has been met and it’s time to move on. We must feel greatful for their prescence and get on with our lives. We need not forget them, but we must continue on living the best that we can as over-thinking and stressing ourselves out can hinder our progress, not allowing us to move on and live the next chapter of our lives.
Some people come into our lives for a Season, because now it is our turn to share, grow and learn. They may teach you new things, make you experience a sense of peace or make you laugh. They may give you an unbelievable amount of joy. Believe it! It is real and you deserve it. However, it is only for a season and these people may leave, but people move on. Unfortunately it is a part of life that seems unfair but it is how relationships develop and how we mature and grow as people.
Lifetime relationships teach you lifetime lessons. Lessons you need to develop a solid emotional foundation. Your job as a person is to accept these lessons, and put them into practice in other relationships and areas of your life.
We must appreciate all those that come into our lives, for whatever reason.
Thank you for coming into my life.
I am a quirky person. I have been going through different stages in my life where i have been either introverted or extroverted. Now i have figured out that i am both, each side exerting itself where needs be. My extrovert comes out in social situations, whereas my introverted side comes out when i am faced with different issues and analyzing how life really works. The truth is no-one knows the answer, but it is our job only to figure out who we really are, and how to develop ourselves.
I may have gone on a tangent here, but i hope i have expanded your ideas on how our relationships work, and how we work as beings in this big and complex world of ours.
Until next time
Much love ♥