Sometimes in life we have to go through the struggles in order to get to where we want to be.
Do you believe in signs? I do, I believe that signs are the Universe or God showing us or trying to tell us when something just isn’t right, and I think that sometimes we just try to deny the things we don’t want our hearts to feel, but in the end we have to open our eyes and accept what the truth really is.
I get questions from people almost every day and I wonder sometimes how people can do the things they do, to those they say they love. In life we hope for love and happiness, we hope that one day we will find that one person to love and love us back in return. We hope that when we say it will be forever, that forever won’t be an illusion of what we wanted our life to be but forever until we pass. Today we see couples who are famous get married and last less then a month, and we see couples in the famous world who have been married for years suddenly end things. Is marriage so easy to just get out of, to ignore our vows and leave what we know to find something new and better?
I once believed that forever, meant forever, and then I opened my eyes and realized that forever didn’t exist, but that forever was an illusion of what I thought my life could be, and I closed my eyes in my pretty world and I tried to make something that was never mine work, and when I opened my eyes one day and saw that my world had fallen, I realized that I was still me, and I was bigger and better and I knew that someone and something out there would come and open a new door, find my way into a world that I was supposed to be in, and leave the world I once knew behind. As I struggled and found my way I have learned that life is never easy. Life has obstacles and lessons that we sometimes never understand and we keep moving forward and we keep faith that one day it will be our turn to shine.
Sometimes I am still finding my way, and sometimes I look at everything that has happened to me and the people that I help and I know where life is supposed to lead me. I just haven’t gotten there yet.