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For a Season & a Reason

Updated: Oct 26, 2022

There is a saying that people come into your life for a season and a reason. For me, I don't subscribe to this fully.


We meet people in our lives based as part of our life journey.


Not everyone we meet do we form a bond, or do they become part of our life.



Some of these encounters can be unpleasant and others very memorable.


Each one can have an impression on us.

For me, there are some people I wish I had not encountered.


These experiences did help me understand the uniqueness we all possess.


Having someone leave your life due to death is different; loving them is different.


It is impossible to go back in time and change the beginning of our encounters.

You can change how you respond to each one and the ending.


Most importantly, learn to heal, be thankful for the rewarding relationship and be forgiving.


Remember your thoughts and words are powerful.


You want blessings, miracles, healing, and healthy relationships or encounters; align your thoughts and words with what you want to attract. Increase your positive energy aura.


There is a purpose for everyone you meet; they can bring out the best you or take you outside yourself.


Just know you can change the narrative with each.

Be devoted you loving yourself so you can take this with you during your life journey.




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R T
R T
26 oct 2022

I love what you said about “situation fits the season.” I can’t think of scenarios in which I can say the same. Loving your comments always, Cuz❤️🙏🏽

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ngeter
ngeter
26 oct 2022

Often, I can choose to see, understand or believe the lesson. And, there are times I get the reason for the encounter. Much has to do with my state of mind matching up with what stage I'm in, in my life. At my age, I can reflect on "what I could have avoided, embraced, or ignored." Then again, I say, "THANK YOU, LORD," for gracing me with being naive so as not to allow danger, foolishness, etc., for me to have made the wrong turn at the crossroads. Sometimes, it's not the 'people or a person but a situation that best fits the 'season.' So, it's a maybe or not to subscribe to this notion. I've rambled enough this mornin…


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