The truth is we outgrow those who don’t appreciate us.
Those who are okay with our absence.
Those who allow the distance between us and them to grow.
We outgrow those who make us feel like we’re replaceable.
The truth is we outgrow those who aren’t genuine with us.
Those who say things they don’t mean.
Those who talk the talk but can’t walk the walk when we need them beside us.
Those who only like a certain side of us but don’t want to accept all other sides.
Those who don’t care about our wants and needs because they’re too busy focusing on their own.
We outgrow those who make us feel like we’re not worth their time or effort.
Those who are capable of giving so much more but choose to be stingy with us.
Those who put us last on their list of properties.
We outgrow those who are lazy with us.
Those who take two steps backward every time we move one step forward.
The truth is we reach a point where we know who we are, what we want and what we deserve and we’re not willing to go back to selling ourselves short again.
We’re not willing to repeat the same vicious cycle of handing out our hearts to those who don’t know how to catch them.
The truth is we reach a point where our self-love trumps any other love.
We choose ourselves even when people don’t choose us.
The truth is we outgrow those who show us that they’re not invested.
That they don’t want to try.
We outgrow those who treat us like a pit stop until they find what they’re looking for.
We outgrow those who don’t make us feel like they’re glad they found us.
We outgrow those who don’t value us the way we want to be valued.
The truth is we’re capable of giving someone we love the world but all we need is the reassurance that they won’t abuse it, that our hearts are secure with them, that they won’t turn into another lie or another mistake.
The truth is we outgrow those who don’t know how to love us and we save our love for those who fall as hard as we do and catch us if we fall faster.
We outgrow those who tell us everything we need to hear but show us nothing.
We outgrow those who don’t love us because it took us years to learn how to love ourselves and we’re not ready to ruin that by being with people who make us question who we are or if we’re worthy of their love.
The truth is we outgrow those who aren’t afraid of losing us because they’ll never truly understand who we are and what kind of love we’re seeking.
They’ll never truly see us the way we want to be seen.
I sincerely hope that you are with or around people who truly love you and value you for who you are.
With all my love, wishing you health, peace, safety and empowerment please stay safe Joanne Wellington. 🙏💙
6 REASONS WHY IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF YOU.
When we really think about it, much of our lives are often built around what other people think of us. Trying to impress others, being afraid of the opinions of others, and not doing what we want because of what we think goes on, or will go on, in other people’s heads can often dictate and harm our lives. Even the most confident people with the world at their feet most likely think a lot about what at least some people think of them.
In order to live the life we want, we must stop living in the eyes of others and embrace our own freedom. Here are six reasons why it really doesn’t matter what other people think of you.
1. You only get one life and it’s yours
In years to come, you will regret not doing what you wish because of what you thought others might think of you. The most powerful truth in the world is that you only get one life and if you allow other people’s opinions to dictate the course of that life then it may very well be wasted. We are so lucky to be alive that it is the most profound shame to not make of life the absolute most of it we can.
2. It is only shallow people that form negative opinions of what you do
Open, caring and intelligent people don’t look down on others for how they live their lives. The only people that do spend a lot of time fussing and stressing over the lives of others are the small-minded, ignorant and vacuous. Those people, because they don’t have enough going on in their own lives, they have to focus on other people’s lives and behaviour. Which begs the question, why would you care what such people think in the first place and why would you let them influence your life?
3. The opinions of others only describe themselves
If someone passes judgement on another saying they are ‘weird’, ‘boring’, ‘useless’ etc., then that is no judgement on the other person, it is a judgement on themselves. If a person really was any of those things why would they be spending all that time fussing over them and thinking about them? Such judgements reflect a weak-minded and insecure person.
4. No one knows your story but you
How can anyone pass judgement on anyone’s life if they haven’t walked in their shoes? Smart people understand that we all have our own path in life and that we alone must walk it and experience it. Therefore, you should never let other’s opinions influence your life when they haven’t seen, felt and experienced what you have. Only you know what is best for you.
5. You must live authentically
To live authentically means that we are honest with others, but more importantly, we are honest with ourselves. It means that we do not live a life of fake representations whereby we put on a mask and act to the world and pretend to be someone we are not. To live authentically is perhaps the most important thing we can do.
6. People don’t actually care
The truth of the matter is people don’t actually care what you do very much. The vast majority of people are caught up in their own lives, and do not have time to care about what you are doing. Think about it. Do you spend hours and hours thinking about what other people are doing or thinking about one embarrassing thing someone did years ago. Obviously not. Simply put, those that care don’t matter, and those that matter don’t care.
Wishing you health, peace, safety and empowerment J.W 🙏💙
Today I feel the need to post this. I think we are all in need of a reminder that you are all amazing and we need to learn to love ourselves and take time for ourselves too.
We also need to find our own happiness, I think sometimes we all have this idea that someone else has to make us happy, that’s far from the truth, the truth is that’s down to you, there is no such thing as being constantly happy.
Life is full of ups and downs, its how we chose to deal with those situations that matters, happiness comes from within.
So choosing to smile, choosing to dance, sing, whatever make you happy do it, if you can’t fix something why worry? What purpose does that hold? Let it go.
The universe knows what to do even though you may not, trust in the universe, put out positive energy and you will get it back three fold.
Have a good day. Wishing you health, peace and empowerment always.
Xxx ~J.W~ 🙏🏻 💙
New weekly tarot by Stephen Robinson
This weeks card is the 8 of Cups
The card drawn for this week is the 8 of cups. This card is all about releasing that which no longer serves us, walking away from situations or people that keep us stuck in the same place or routine and stop us from moving forward along our own pathway
Head on over to medium2spirit.com for full reading enjoy xx🙏🏻💙
Me: Hey God.
Me: I’m falling apart. Can you put me back together?
God: I would rather not.
God: Because you aren’t a puzzle.
Me: What about all of the pieces of my life that are falling down onto the ground?
God: Let them stay there for a while. They fell off for a reason. Take some time and decide if you need any of those pieces back.
Me: You don’t understand! I’m breaking down!
God: No – you don’t understand. You are breaking through. What you are feeling are just growing pains. You are shedding the things and the people in your life that are holding you back. You aren’t falling apart. You are falling into place. Relax. Take some deep breaths and allow those things you don’t need anymore to fall off of you. Quit holding onto the pieces that don’t fit you anymore. Let them fall off. Let them go.
Me: Once I start doing that, what will be left of me?
God: Only the very best pieces of you.
Me: I’m scared of changing.
God: I keep telling you – YOU AREN’T CHANGING!! YOU ARE BECOMING!
Me: Becoming who?
God: Becoming who I created you to be! A person of light and love and charity and hope and courage and joy and mercy and grace and compassion. I made you for more than the shallow pieces you have decided to adorn yourself with that you cling to with such greed and fear. Let those things fall off of you. I love you! Don’t change! … Become! Become! Become who I made you to be. I’m going to keep telling you this until you remember it.
Me: There goes another piece.
God: Yep. Let it be.
Me: So … I’m not broken?
God: Of course Not! – but you are breaking like the dawn. It’s a new day. Become!!!
Hope this serves you well Have a good day Wishing you health, peace and empowerment.
Xxx ~J.W~ 🙏🏻💙