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The idea about this topic came from a Facebook post I had read. The girl on the post was stating that she was lonely and tired of waiting for the “right” guy to come along. As if life couldn’t begin for this girl until she found a man. It made me sad.
We all want to feel loved, and adored by another. It is normal and natural to want to find a mate that will understand and accept you. What is upsetting is how many of us have made or are making the mistake of existing until we find that person, as if another being is in charge of our “living”, that is wrong! We are in charge of our lives. We owe it to ourselves and the universe to live our life to the fullest. To experience things and moments that we want and need . It’s ok to do those things alone sometimes. If we spent as much time improving our own outlook as we do waiting, imagine the possibilities. No one person can save us. That is HERO mentality. I don’t doubt that there are hero’s everyday saving people, helping folks to cope. My point is if we are waiting for a Man to swoop in like the fairytales and save us, we are not being very fair to ourselves.
What is wrong with taking our situation into our own hands and doing something about it? The reality is, only we can make the changes necessary to invoke happiness in ourselves. Its not always easy, I get that. It’s actually quite difficult, and sometimes downright impossible. At the end of the day, if you work at saving yourself, you have something that no one can take away from you!
Love will come, in time, when we are ready for it. If we keep focusing on needing someone to save us, we spend all our precious time in limbo. Why not save ourselves, then when the person we are meant to be with comes along, we are ready. We are capable of returning love and most importantly we are open to receiving love, because we deserve it and with all of the work we have done, we know and believe that much to be true.
Don’t wait for a Hero…..Be One to yourself!
Peace and Light as You Rise Above….
What women are saying…
I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed this presentation! It touched me, made me laugh, and gave me some real no nonsense guidance that made so much difference at a really tough time in my life— Talyah Acker