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Sunday, July 28, 2013

I love to read. I'll read anything. Yesterday, I was just jumping around various blogs and read a statement that while it didn't strike me at the time, my mind keeps returning to it. Unfortunately, I can't remember exactly where I read it... Somewhere buried in the comments section, so I can't remember it exactly or give proper credit as this thought is not my original thought, but I thought I'd share:

‘Greener grass’ does not just exist, only grass that has received more attention and nourishment from somebody or nature. The lesson in this is that only if I nourish where I’m at will it be ‘greener’

This thought applies to so many areas where I feel like I'm working so hard when it's just not fair that it seems so easy for others... Careers, relationships, finances. I must remind myself that only by working on myself can I improve my situation. We can have no idea the work that others have truly put in. We can only work on ourselves and find peace with that.
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  • v STEFIGURL
    lolol...I love this, Kristy :-). I laughed out loud for real when I read that line...

    ...when it's just not fair that it seems so easy for others

    Sweetheart...it is NEVER easy for ANYONE. And I promise you this...if they make it LOOK easy, it is only because they have been through UNIMAGINABLE suffering and demonstrated UNPARRALLELED DETERMINATION to change :-).

    You reap what you sow...ALWAYS. That is a law of nature and the Universe. Put in the work and you reap the reward. There's no magic bullet :-).

    Having the ABILITY to be ANYTHING is not the same as having a RIGHT to it. Thanks for reminding me of that :-)

    Love you Girl!
    stephi
    1095 days ago
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