Walk away from the company of fools, for you cannot find insight in their words.
In life, we sometimes are faced with situations where we are unable to find a resolution or understanding that works well for us or even the other parties involved. People tend to complicate things and the more complicated things become, the more drained we can get. We will spend endless amounts of time at dead end jobs, in meaningless friendships, with significant others that don’t increase the positives in our lives, and fighting battles for others that they have no interest in standing up for. Those types of situations take time and energy away from us that we may never get back. They begin to steal our joy and smiles; making us broken people. From those situations, we must learn that there are times and places in life where we must learn to walk away. Walking away is never easy, but can be necessary. If you ever find yourself in one of these situations, stop immediately. Take your time to assess the problem and determine how much of you, you will have to sacrifice to resolve it and if it can be resolved by you.
This week, find the dead relationships and areas of your life, and chose to walk away from them. Walking away is not a terrible thing, because you could mean walking into new opportunities. Start preparing yourself for your dream job, for the perfect home, the right love, better friends, and so much more.
“Shout out to everyone transcending a mindset, mentality, desire, belief, emotion, habit, behavior or vibration, that no longer serves them.”