Wednesday Wisdom

I’ve had some quality conversations this week. Worthy enough to be on a podcast. I want to drop some nuggets that have been said in those conversations.

  • What people think of you is none of your business. People will transfer their stuff to you. If they feel jaded in their relationships they will try to transfer that negativity onto you.
  • People’s actions or lack of action speak louder than any words ever spoken. If you want to know how people feel watch what they do.
  • Distractions come in different forms. Trauma, drama, depression, anxiety, and noise. If we get distracted by our stuff or someone else’s stuff then we are distracted from the signs on our path. Missing a breadcrumb or the timing sometimes is everything. Don’t get distracted!
  • Meet people where they are. We cannot drag people down our path. If they are not ready to acknowledge their suffering to start healing then nothing we say or do is going to change that.
  • We start winning when we are not attached to it. Claiming something or a relationship will bring on anxiety because we want it so badly. And if we don’t get it then we become disappointed sometimes to the point of grief and depression. Stay detached and be free.
  • There are no coincidences. It’s a sign or a teaching moment.
  • Signs are everywhere every day. Sometimes we miss them or don’t know they are a sign until later. It’s when they come consistently with less time in between that we realize they are signs. Pay attention!
  • Positive or pride? Saying we are “good”, “okay” and “fine” when we are really in a place of pain or suffering is denying what our soul needs and that is “help”, “support” and “love”. Don’t deny your soul food by staying in pride mode.
  • When it unfolds effortlessly and easily, it’s for you and meant to be. But if we are hammering it like a square peg into a round hole then it’s not meant to be or it’s not the right time.
  • We cannot unsee things. When we see it we can’t unsee it. If you know it’s toxic then don’t play like it’s not to justify your hopes and dreams. If we listen to that gut talk and intuition we know what it is.

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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