You Are Not In This World For Everyone. Autumn has arrived, and summer has already flown by. Clouds can drag on us, something we may not have felt as strongly during the summer, despite the fact that it was frequently gorgeous and sunny outside.
We often don’t feel loved and accepted the way we need to. And even though we often blame others, deep down we blame ourselves. We don’t believe we are good enough to be loved. We tell ourselves it’s our fault.
“One of the most freeing things we learn in life is that we don’t have to like everyone, everyone doesn’t have to like us, and it’s perfectly okay.” –Unknown
These thoughts not only do not help us in any way, but on the contrary, they make us cycle in an endless circle. We are getting worse and worse after them.
You Are Not In This World For Everyone. It’s possible that our tendency to attempt to please everyone is the real problem rather than the fact that we are who we are. But since this isn’t possible and often fails, we grow resentful and our hearts become hard.
We suffer more as a result than the environment in the long run. Our ability to love, to have sincere and fulfilling relationships, and our sense of self all suffer as a result.
And that’s why it’s good to remember the following two tips:
“There are a lot of people in the world who will not like you no matter what you do. But it’s also full of people who will love you unconditionally. These are your people. You’re not there for everyone and that’s how it should be. Talk to people who can hear you.”
“Don’t try to see a difficult time as ‘that you made a mistake’ – instead see it as an opportunity to learn. If you can soften your heart during the ups and downs, your soul truly grows. And that’s what it’s all about!”
It is simpler to break the cycle of negative thinking when we are aware of these two things and actively incorporate them into our life. And when we experience rejection once more, we have the opportunity to avoid it or at the very least approach it differently.
Knowledge will enhance our connections with others as well as our sense of self-worth and self-acceptance. We can harness the energy of a period of difficult experience and transform it into a gift by using it to learn.
In this way, life turns into spring for both our development and the finding of value in everything that comes our way.
I wish all of us can find something enriching and valuable in every situation.