I thought I knew what I truly wanted, but when I got it I realized I didn’t want it at all.
I was in love with the illusion of what it could be and not the reality of what it truly was.
Have you found yourself yearning, fantasizing, idealizing a life, a job, a relationship, and when it comes to fruition, it’s not what you imagine it to be!
I’ve come to the conclusion that we all must find peace and purpose within ourselves. The contentment of living our best life even if we are living it all alone.
Focus on what is real, what is true and live authentically acknowledging what is before you.
Stop thinking that which makes another person happy can be fulfilling for you.
Find what is peace-filling, fun-loving, affirming and uplifting for you, your life. Realize these may require work but the reward is a life filled with the love and joy that is supposed to be in your life, not in anyone else’s.
Stop thinking that what’s good for others is good for you.