To crush your spirit is for you to allow someone to make you feel as though you are not valuable. People are not in charge of your feelings, they can only influence them. You can spend hours over analysing the way people treat you and try to pin point how you might have contributed to the decision. But wholeheartedly people are going to do, what they want to do. It’s is not up to us to decide how other people treat us. It’s up to us to decide how we are going to treat other people. It’s up to us to decide how much of our lives are going to be influenced by the people we surround ourselves with. I have always been transparent from the start about myself and the way I live my life. But sometimes there are clouds in your sky who prove not to always want the best for you. The darkness we run from in the clouds proves NOT to be full of only negativity. But the darkness rains on us lessons which contribute to the building up of ourselves. The lightening strikes inspiration and motivation in the crooks of our spines. The thunder shudders us into formation in order to receive these blessings. The rain washes away any self-doubt, fear and disappointment that we tremble from. The freshness in the air is a constant reminder to be grateful for being alive and well. Living in a world which runs entirely from you, is a privilege and a blessings. We cannot let the disappointment from the people around us impact our whole reality. Because we are then giving them more power over us then we give ourselves. My mum once told me to have no expectations in order to avoid disappointments. This is a lot harder than it sounds. I find it extremely hard to not fill my imagination with the friendships or relationships
I could have with any particular individual. I am learning in my own way, but in the mean time, I have to have a higher value and expectation for myself. As I am the only who holds the power to elevate myself to the platform needed to immerse myself in the rays of my full potential.