People come and go.
We are souls connecting with each other.
We bring gifts.
Sometimes those gifts look like trouble and sometimes they are tremendous joys.
When the soul contract we have with each other is fulfilled, we can let go of each other and sometimes it’s necessary that we do so for each other’s growth.
It can feel difficult to let go.
The most important people in our life may become strangers overnight.
Just as total strangers may become the most important people overnight.
It can hurt, and the hurt is showing us what’s missing inside ourselves.
We are learning to let go, accept change, see the movement of people through our life as a refresh.
You will find the right people for you, for each moment you exist in.
You are changing and so the people who walk alongside you will also change.
They appear in your life when you accept the flow of change.
If we once experienced rejection, whether physical or emotional, we learn to fear being rejected again.
We may push others away before they can reject us.
We may not realise we are creating conditions that will make them leave us.
Then, we say, “I knew they would leave me all along,” as we place the blame squarely with them, never realising how our own actions brought it about.
And if we are the ones that walk away, did we let them go because we were able to look after our own needs or did we reject ourselves in trying to avoid being rejected by them?
Your well-being is more important than what others think of you.
More important than making people happy or settling for an easier life.
You are more important than the expectations others have of you.
Look after yourself.
And if that means letting someone down, possibly upsetting them, don’t hesitate to be kind to you.
Let your love for yourself be stronger than your need to be loved by others.