They’re out there, aren’t they? Difficult people. Sometimes you can walk away. Sometimes you can leave them behind. Sometimes, because they’re family or a next-door neighbor – they’re going to be part of your life until the end of days – or until you move. In any case, whether brief or excruciatingly lengthy – you have to deal with them.
I read of a father who never hugged his daughter good-bye without saying this blessing: “May every place you be make it hard for you to leave. May every person you love make it hard for you to say good-bye.” I loved this. If you’ve moved many times in your lifetime, like I have, you know what it’s like to leave a place. Yes, there have been a few that didn’t merit so much as a look in the rear view mirror. But they’re the exception. Most have been difficult to leave because there’s beauty in every place on earth.
Know that you are an anchor and a light for many around you. Let this not be a burden, let this be your strength. I went to a spiritual intuit who channeled information that I’m a healer and a light worker. This came as a surprise to me. Afterward it felt like so much pressure….. What should I be doing? And healing? Where should I be shining this proverbial light? Until I realized, through being still, praying and meditating on it, that I’m doing what I should be doing. I just had to get over myself, already. Get out