I have been denied so much in the last few years. Or at least that’s how I thought about it. For a moment, I thought that every desire, every endeavor, every plan, was thwarted even before there was a crumb of opportunities to succeed. How much time I spent crying over missed opportunities, pushing to the point of exhaustion, pushing irreconcilably, wanting the impossible. Kinship
And then I stopped, calmed down and let go. The hardest part was letting go.
I thought that letting go was giving yourself to the higher good, letting decisions in my life happen, and just be crazy. And then, like so many times before, I would make sure that what was most difficult was, in fact, the crucial moment. A moment of confidence in life, in purpose.
Suddenly I stopped paying attention to a burning desire and knew how to look at it from the side without emotions as if it was not mine. I stopped moving irreconcilably, and then the missed opportunities no longer seemed as glamorous and alluring.
Lucky Or Unlucky
The moment comes when you realize that what you have been denied should not have come to you. And what you get along the way is sometimes immeasurably greater than what you think life has denied you. Who knows how much desperation and ignorance turned out to be the biggest mistake in the end … I could list a few with one glance at my life mirror.
When you allow yourself to think that you have been denied something, calm down and let go. What is important is to believe. To believe in God, in yourself, in a human in you, in life, in your seal with which you came into this world. And inevitably for the purpose that each of us knows unless he has moved too far from it.
Kinship Will Not Pass Us By
If we could see how lucky our misfortunes were, it would encourage us to realize that we should not wait for what is not going to come, which is not our honor and substance. On the other hand, they will, under our wing, much more easily, wholeheartedly receive whatever we stumbled upon and did not give him a chance.
What we would narrowly call compromises is called different and much nicer, and its name is kinship. There is no such kinship and belonging that will pass us by. There is none.
It is fascinating, and the great power and the realization that sometimes we are not even aware of how close or far from our kinship we are. And it’s even more fascinating to know that we can be. We can…
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