Amid all your fears and insanity, there will come a time in your life when you finally get it.
You could stop dead in your tracks and think to yourself… ENOUGH is enough!
Just like a child, you could blink back the tears and begin to look at the world through new eyes after you gather yourself.
You awaken to the fact that it is your time to stop wishing and waiting for security and happiness to appear magically.
You awaken to the fact that there is no guarantee of fairy tale endings. In the real world, and if you are looking for a ‘happy ever after,’ it begins and ends with you. You grasp that, and you will recognize a sense of peace.
You awaken to the fact that no one is perfect and not everyone will like, love, approve or appreciate you, and that is okay. They are entitled to their opinions and their views.
You awaken to the fact that people don’t always say what they mean and that not everyone will be there for you, and on that note, not everything is about you!
You awaken to the fact that you have to stand on your own two feet and take care of yourself, and in that, a sense of security and self-reliance is born.
You awaken to the fact, it is essential to love yourself, and in the process, a sense of newfound self-approval and confidence is born.
You awaken to the fact that you should stop blaming others and complain about things they did or didn’t do. You learn that you can only count on unexpected.
You awaken when you stop judging and accept people as they are, it will then bring you a sense of contentment comes with forgiveness.
You fully awaken when you open up to other people’s points of view and redefine and assess who you are and what you stand for.
You awaken when you learn the difference between wanting and needing when you discarded the doctrines and values you have outgrown.
You awaken when you learn that honesty and integrity are the mortar that holds the foundation for building your life.
You awaken when you learn that being alone is not lonely.
You awaken when you learn to distinguish between responsibility and guilt and the importance of saying NO and setting boundaries.
You awaken when you learn you get what you deserve in life.
You awaken when you learn that the only thing you genuinely fear is fear itself.
You awaken when you learn that life isn’t always fair, and sometimes bad things happen to good people, and you shouldn’t always take it personally.
You awaken when you learn to be thankful and show gratitude for all the little things in life.
You awaken when you learn never to settle for less than your heart’s desire.
You awaken when you learn to redirect negative feelings, such as envy, resentment, and anger.
You awaken when you learn to admit your faults and apologize.
You awaken when you learn to build bridges and not walls.
You awaken when you take responsibility for yourself.
Walk away from drama and the people who create it. Invest in people that make you happy and laugh. Falling and failing are part and parcel of life; getting up is living.
Keep smiling and trusting and stay open to the wonderful possibilities the universe has to offer with courage and love in your heart, go and design the life you want to live as best as you can.
Should this resonate with you, then you are one of the awakened ones.