The only way you’re really going to know who should and shouldn’t be in your life is by standing in your truth.
Be who you really are, not the person that you think someone wants you to be.
Know that you don’t have to agree with the opinions of others just because you want to fit in.
Understand that you are not everyone’s “cup of tea,” and some people aren’t yours either.
And never assume that someone knows what you’re thinking or feeling.
And that’s what “standing in your truth” is all about.
It’s being your complete, authentic self to the people you meet, because when you hide who you truly are then you run the risk of attracting the wrong people into your life. They may like you for who you pretend to be, but is that what you want? I don’t. For me, what you see and what you hear is what you get. I don’t change to fit the person…I change the people I surround myself with to fit me.
That’s how we surround ourselves with “like-minded” people: people who are positive, who have our back, who lift us up instead of bringing us down. People who understand our differences and accept us for who we are anyway. People who acknowledge your successes and keep you motivated through your failures. People who love you for who you are, not for who they want you to be.
You have to be who you are in order to have the right people in your life…in your bubble.
Don’t silence your voice to make someone else happy, or to prevent a disagreement, or to keep things calm.
The right people will embrace your voice and your truth.
The right people will love you for who you are.
The right people won’t try to change you.
And the right people will never try to silence your voice…
Because your voice is your truth.
Be you, my friends, be you.
It’s a good thing.
Wishing you love and light,