A blissful life, above all else, involves letting things go that aren’t the most important things.
When I say “yes” to arriving at the church early to help set up for the morning, I’m saying “no” to helping my wife get the kids up and ready for the day.
I don’t appreciate being passed up because something “better” came along.
If you have employees who used to be your peers, the worst thing you can do is assume the elephant in the room will disappear. It’s far more likely the uncomfortable situation will only fester and get worse.
So fight it. A lot depends on whether you win the battle. Hopefully these books will help.
Life is movement. Everything moves. Everything is in a constant state of flux. You must align with such constant change, to align with reality.
I was able to get a chance to know what I love to do, what moves me, and I don’t want to waste that. Not everybody gets the chance to know their calling.
The various scenes in your life may demand you to be someone you never intended to be. Although you may have been timid and quiet in the previous scenes, your new situation may require you to lead and speak boldly. Each situation is different.
Be okay with being single and know that you don’t have to change anything about yourself to fit some dating mold.