Monday, October 5, 2015

Flow Together

The older that you get, the wiser that you should become. Now that I'm thirty, I feel like I'm behind somehow and that I need to catch up to where I should have been a long time ago. That's life though, we live and learn from our experiences.

It's very important to know what you want out of life. Especially, if you are considering spending your life with someone else. It's unfair to ask someone to give you something that they don't really want. If you are with someone knowing that they don't want the same things out of life you are indirectly trying to change them. Yes, there are some things that you compromise on in a relationship but if there is something that you really want and that isn't the other person's desire the relationship will suffer.

It's my personal belief that if you're meant to be joined with another there is only one person out there that will connect with you on every level spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. The love will be so strong that it will never die. When I was younger, I didn't really care too much about any of that. I was mostly doing my thing and having fun. However, there should come a point in time where you stop and say "What Am I Doing?"

If you're interested in someone some things must be discussed sooner than later so that you are not wasting each other's time. We are individuals and we cannot change one another. So, if someone tells you what they want out of life and what they believe in believe them. If they don't know yet, then keep it moving. Imagine two people not knowing what they want out of life and investing time in one another. Once they do figure it out, they may end up wanting entirely different things out of life. Rewind, actually I think it would be difficult to even discover what you really want in life and who you truly are if you are constantly worried about another person's feelings and emotions.

I just see so many people going from one relationship to another, "talking", and hooking up with people so casually. I'm sure some were like me not really caring, others don't want to be lonely and haven't learned to truly love themselves, and then others who thought they were going to change the other individual but that didn't work. Some things aren't meant to work out and you just have to let it go.  Maybe it's unrealistic but I think that when two people are individually free meaning that they have a general idea of what they want out of life and who they are, only then can they be free together.


Always be real and be true to yourself no matter what...




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2 comments:

  1. "When I was a child ,I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child, but when I became a man, I put away childish things." 1 Cor. 13:11, " I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth". 3 John 1:4. " He that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God." St. John 3:21, " If you continue in my word then are ye my disciples indeed And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." St. John 8:31-32.

    It's all about maturity and maturity does not come overnight.

    Much Love, Dad

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