Wisdom Wednesday


Happy mid July! Lol, sorry I haven't been avidly posting but I felt the need to post today. I feel that it isn't genuine if I don't post unless I get a feeling. The topic for this Wednesday is knowing where you fall short and taking the steps to make up for it. I feel as people we all fall short of our own expectations for ourselves and for others. Although expectations for others are secondary, because the expectations of yourself should always be first. Holding yourself accountable has to be the hardest thing to do, and being around people who promote you to be accountable is even harder.

How we interface with one another makes relationships sour or sweet and I'm here to promote positivity but in some instances people aren't receptive because of their own personal vendettas against themselves. (I know that was a run on sentence but I had to get that out playa LOL). But I digress, back to the topic at hand, know where you fall short! Its okay to feel defeated at times but knowing that you can start over in a couple of minutes or even an hour is promising.

I'm learning my negatives and using solutions for them.

Falling short can sometimes be an option, you have a choice.

Stop being a victim, the world will swallow you.

Give yourself time to heal, you aren't a superhero.

Stop living in the past, it was yesterday for a reason.

Not in a good relationship? End it.

Don't have positive friends or role models? Cut them off, get new ones.

Don't like your job? Quit, find something better.

"No matter how many times you get knocked down, keep getting back up. God sees your resolve. He sees your determination. And when you do everything you can do, that's when God will step in and do what you can't do."

-Joel Osteen

#selfesteem #purpos #selfcare #baltimor #wenesda

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