Why do you keep doing something same way over and over again? My dear its time to let go. Now sitting in my room, this is my inspiration.
hy trade your happiness for sorrows, why stay in bondage when you can be free, my dear you need to know what is yours and what is for another, stop
trying to pour water into a basket, learn from your mistakes, that is why there is a word called HISTORY. Ask yourself "are my so pose to be here?" stop complaining on one spot, don't hold on to pain because it is self abuse, your past should give you the strength and wisdom you need today, make peace with yourself and your past, remember when you heal your thought you heal your health.No matter what happens, you will be fine. it might take awhile but you will.You can spend hours, days, weeks, months, or even years sitting alone in a dark room, over-analyzing a situation from the past, trying to put the pieces together, and justifying what could have or should have happened but what you should know is that moving on creates positive changes.You may blame everyone else and think, “Poor me! Why do all these crappy things keep happening to me?” But the only thing those scenarios all have in common is YOU. And this is good news, because it means YOU alone have the power to change things, or change the way you think about things. New opportunities are out there, no one gets through life without loosing someone they love, something they need and something they thought was meant to be. But it is these losses that make us stronger and eventually move us toward future opportunities. Embrace these opportunities. Move on and try new things, knowing that you are venturing into unfamiliar territory. Be ready to learn, be ready for a challenge, and be ready to experience something or meet someone that might just change your life forever. Start working on things that will be your reasons to wake up every morning with a SMILE.
BY MELODY JACOBS
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