I truly believe that when we try hard enough, there is nothing that we can’t accomplish.
It is so easy to get locked out of life dwelling on bad experiences and by surrounding ourselves with misery, but I firmly feel that walking towards the light and away from darkness makes us spiritually stronger.
You can love, but know that it is also okay to do it from a distance.
There was a time in my life when I had so many controlling people in my life until I thought I would suffocate.
If anyone tells you that they know you better than yourself, know yourself better enough to bounce. ~GD
“Weeping endures for a night, but joy comes in the morning…”
I am thoroughly convinced that an attraction to negativity is an undocumented disease.
I damn near suffocate now, reading or being around posts or people whom seem to have nothing nice to say about anyone.
They talk about others as if they’re possessed or something, and that dark spirit follows them everywhere they go, even into sacred places of worship.
It is a drain being in the company of this type because they have no respect for the opinions of others, except their own.
They loud talk and over talk people during discussions, and are always ready for a verbal or physical altercation.
And don’t let them get tanked up on that fire water…
I respectfully bow out of lives like these; quickly and quietly.
I have been mastering the art of up and out for quite sometime.
Light spirits get weighted down by all that inconsiderate bantering and behavior, we know when to cut out.
(this mornings tirade was inspired by comments on an earlier post I saw promoting the new Destiny’s Child single)
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