|Time With Tamika|
Relationships & Life
So I've made a great decision to remove someone not so good for my life the best way that I can. This person is selfish, and only has a desire to have everything their way. It is not the way that I have presented myself, nor will I accompany them on their dysfunctional journey. Sometimes we have a tendency to assume responsibility for others actions, sure we play a part, but they are at fault as well. One thing that baffles me, and is a complete turn off is a liar, and an individual that puts on a show. I do not have time for either. My life has been about giving and hopefully helping, but one thing I have realized is....some people you are unable to help no matter what you do. I have discontinued contact, and will now change my attitude. Sweet blessings to you, but you are no longer good for me...AT ALL. Truth is...you never were.
I've made your life easier, but you are too selfish to see...I release...
Growth is constant just like change is inevitable. Both can cause a sensation of resistance, but the essence of both transcends beyond what is perceived as profound or understood, the words and meaning of the action of growth and change propel us all to a destiny we surely strive for whether it be conscious or not. Being able to accept and move through the parallel approaches of growth through change is being sensitive and really just going with the flow. One thing I've learned through not so exciting experiences is the persistent appearance of comprehension to grasp lessons are for you, but everything essentially is for someone else. When you live with a humble attitude, and an understanding that what IS sometimes has nothing to do with YOUR own shallow beliefs or YOUR own perceptions. Simply put we are all connected so strongly, but only through recognition will the pain you feel cease and the world will seem much more kind. Do not play the victim, seek to enhance your life while serving others. To have an undying connection to someone else is so incredible, SO fascinating, and such an experience, but to feel a calling to reach out to them only to be ignored can cause an urgent sense of failure.
Know this...people come around when it is "convenient" for them. In the meantime, live your life to encourage others, and lead by example. Soon enough those connections will return and they will be the one to reach out to you.
I am indeed very sleepy, but the calling I feel to write is simply more important. I understand not following it could be more hurtful than I think. I want to convey the idea that life is more than what can be seen, it is what is felt, and understood through non visual approaches. I know I am not the only one that sometimes feels what others perceive them to be is not actually how you view yourself, so imagine how many other things that are seen are not what they actually are. Make sense? Everyone views everything differently, but when it comes down to emotional pain, most, if not all pain is really the same. That is how we relate; through feelings, emotional and spiritual connections. The best comes with depth, and not with picturesque images. It may seem it is the image that causes the appealing happiness we all seek, but the truth is, it is the energy force of the vision that changes the emotions you have. How difficult is it though to ignore the visual when you are choosing something? Very. Know this, what is seen is present to be a confusing illusion. Going beyond what you see is being courageous enough to no longer accept being vain or accepting things that "look" nice. Nothing is as it seems. Haven't you heard that saying before? It is the truth. Once a home is built, you can no longer see the foundation, but the foundation is the very thing that formed the frame so that the home could be built, right?
Lesson for today: look for the foundation, seek the depths of others, and look beyond the surface. That is where you will find the the best of what is, and that is what we are all yearning for. Gotta love that!
Author: Tamika Carlton
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