If we take a piece of rotten fruit and place
it beside perfectly good fruit, the mold
from the rotten fruit spreads over to the
good fruit and both end up in bad condition.
When we surround ourselves with people who
donít build us up, we become just like them
people who deserve to be in our life are the
ones who treat us with love, kindness and
always remember our mistakes but, few remember the good things we have
done to them. Sometimes removing some people
out of our life makes room for better
The biggest tragedy
in a relationship is to hang on long after the respect has gone.
We are better off being alone and happy than staying with those who make
is surrounded by people who judge us day in
and day out. They will talk about us when we
succeed and laugh at us when we fail. They
can make us or break us. But the secret is
to live a humble life that
pleases God, not people. Let us not worry
about what people say behind our back. They
are the people who are finding faults in our
life instead of fixing their own.
learned that we should stop complaining
about our relationship with others once
we have done our very best. It might be
between couple, parents/children,
siblings, relatives, friends, etc. Some
people expect the other party to
initiate the connection all the time.
They feel proud and important. However,
sometimes the best way to get someoneís
attention is to stop giving ours.
A broken relationship is like a
broken glass. It is better to leave it
broken when it gets expensive and keeps
on hurting us trying to fix it. It is
time to let go. Believe me; I have
learned that sometimes God gives us the
wrong person before giving us the right
one, so that when the right one comes,
we know how to appreciate the gift.
Let us stop mending a broken relationship
and , start fixing ourselves. What
we are most afraid to do can bring
us the most happiness. Let
us lsten to our heart, learn to let go, live without regret.
also learned that we should never take
for granted anyone for the person we
took for granted today may turn out to
be the person we need tomorrow. Let us
be careful how we treat other people. So
when people hurt us over and over, let
us try to avoid them and think of them
as sandpaper. They may scratch and hurt
a bit, but in the end, we end up
polished and they end up useless.