Sometimes, what’s best for you, isn’t the answer you wanted.
But that “no” or perhaps that “yes,” will eventually lead you to the right path.
You can’t see it now, but you’ll see it one day.
I’m sorry I can’t give you a specific date and time that you’ll see it was best.
I’m sorry that “no” or perhaps that “yes,” caused you so much grief and pain.
You put on a brave face all day, then you retreat to your safe space and rip off the mask you’ve worn for the world.
Sometimes, what’s best for you sucks in present terms.
But if you listen closely, you know intuitively that “no” or perhaps that “yes,” was God’s grace.
I encourage you to cry, scream, yell, or sit in stillness;
Whatever it takes for you to honor those raw emotions.
Observe them. Feel them. Nurture them. Then set them free.
Because deep down, you know, one day it’ll all make sense.
One day, you’ll look back and reflect on that “no” or perhaps that “yes,” and observe how it helped you get one step closer to your purpose; one step closer to your true self.
I’m sorry I can’t give you an exact date or time, but deep down, you know who is in control.
Who has the highest view and knows the best possible outcome for you.
One day, it’ll all make sense.
I’m sorry I can’t be more specific;
I’m still trying to understand this too.