18 Mar Day #77 *March 18, 2018* – Leave Them Right Where They Are
One of the toughest lessons for me to learn was how to leave people behind in order to move forward. I have such a heart for people. I can see their potential. I want to help. But there comes a time in each of our own lives when we must rescue our own self before we help others. I only have one life to live. You—too—only have one life to live. And in this life, not everyone that you want to come with you will go and not everyone who is willing to go with you can come. Time and wisdom will help you to confirm who should and should not be on this journey with you. And when you know that it is time to leave a person behind, find peace with it and let them go. Leave them right where they are. Our journey toward our dream life is moving in slow motion because we are weighed down by all the people we are pulling along with us. I am not just talking about holding on to our loved ones. Many of us are holding on to our boss, our co-workers, our friends, and our classmates. But I urge you; leave them right where they are. Leave them and every though that they have about who or where you are in life and who or where you should be. Save you by moving forward in your career and life. The best help you can give anyone is to live a life so good that inspires others to move forward in their own life. Amen.
Sending you Love & Light,
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