Sometimes we try to turn temporary people into forever people when that’s not their role in our lives. They’re not meant to stay forever because God called them to be there for us for only a short period of time, to make us better for the ones who are meant to stay forever. •
The problem is that we get so frustrated when these people leave because we can’t let go. We don’t understand why God would take away something so beautiful or someone who has healed us. We have so many questions and doubts that sometimes we detest the plans He have for us and we move back on our own ways. Because sometimes living for God might just be the hardest thing we will ever accomplish in this world. But God is not mocked and He’ll continue showing us that His ways are higher than our ways. Perhaps, if these people overstayed their welcome, their beauty will fade away, their love will die, their story will not be inspiring anymore and they’ll turn into a burden we’re not meant to carry. •
The essence of letting go is faith. Faith that this story is better left the way God writes it. Maybe rewriting it will ruin the story. Maybe rewriting it will not give you a happy ending. Maybe these people are meant to teach you how to let go, how to detach, how to realize when someone’s part of the story is over and have faith that the next person God brings you closer to is exactly who you need, even if you don’t know it yet.
Thanks for bringing me to these beautiful places🌳🍂, for specially preparing food that will suit my palate (salad🥗, pasta🍝, sushi🍣, cakes 🍰 and drinks🍵), for the time spent HTHT-ing and for being there for me 💞 Can’t be more thankful to have you 👭
Taking a trip down the memory lane with an untouched diary from 6 years ago that recounts the darkest moments of a sheep who decided to run astray.
Repressed memories that resurface alongside raw emotions will remind you that time ain’t gonna heal anything unless you confront those issues in the first place