At some point in your journey, you have to choose who gets to be in your life’s story, and who needs to leave. When you love you–you want to do what’s best…all the time. When you have you–you are never lonely, thus, you don’t “need” others, you only “want” them. When you have you–you don’t have to settle for the scraps in life, whehter they be people, food, jobs, etc… You just don’t do it, and have no problem saying so.
This illusion that we must constantly be fighting against something, or someone is a distraction we use to keep us from looking for the truth within. If we allowed ourselves to truly acknowledge, embrace and remember how divinely made we are; How the mastering of one’s self is paramount in affecting the world–would we continue to choose to struggle? Wait?? It’s a choice? I say yes. Yes, it is.
Twice, twice today, I’ve had people start some passive-aggressive crap with me. That monotoned “I’m-not-obviously-attacking-you” crap. And, dear souls… I’m over it! My patience for those who want to attack you undercover, who think they can say crazy, disprespectful things to you and get away with it–I’m done! Ya heard?! I’m done.
I always find it interesting how people confuse spirituality, with passive aggressiveness. Hey, just because I offer you an olive branch, doesn’t mean I won’t kick your ass if necessary… Today, I listened to someone talk about how as they ascend on their personal spiritual journey, they are finding that people seem to be coming out of the woodwork to harass, or sometimes even attack them. And, for some reason people find it surprising that this is normal.