Connections are not Coincidental

Everyone in life has a purpose to serve others. Even though I’m not always sure when I meet or connect with someone what their purpose is in my life, or my purpose is for their life, immediately. I just know it’s not coincidental when we meet and connect. People meet for a reason, even if it’s just a season. We serve a purpose for others. We are not just here to work, make money, pay bills and buy stuff. We are not here to be self serving. At the end of the day, ask yourself, what is your purpose for others? What is it that you feel passionate about doing for others? I have a friend that enjoys making people happy and she does that by being a floral designer because flowers make people happy. I personally want to help people to know that they are not alone with life experiences, they are not the only one who feels this way or that way, they are not the only one with “issues”. Many times people suppress their true self out of fear and judgment from others but once they know you’ve experienced it too or feel the same way too, they feel connected to you. My goal is to touch just one life with one post at a time. I know I have to open myself up if I truly want the same from others. It’s called relationship building and it’s the foundation for trust. Finding your passion, your purpose, using your gift is the best reward. Be open, measure the energy, and embrace connections because the connections are not coincidental. #dealingtohealing

Published by Dana

Creative writer about my life and life lessons. Survivor of abandonment, addiction, narcissist relationships, and trauma. Still dealing while I'm healing. Thank you Jesus!

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