Love this post, very thoughtful and sincere xxx
Where’s the dividing line between success and failure?
When a door closes on one experience, be it marriage or career, should we view everything leading up to the closing door as a failure?
Should we view the experience itself as a mistake?
When we hang on to people, places, or things that detract from our happiness (out of fear, complacency, habit, or sheer stubbornness), should we view our continued commitment as a success to be celebrated?
Or as a failure to honor who we’ve become?
Nothing in life is constant.
Sometimes promises and solemn vows made to ourselves and others must be broken because we grew in directions different than expected.
That’s all part of the process, the uncertainty of life.
When we are 20 we don’t know who we will be, or what we will need, when we are 40, 60, or 80.
Socialization that encourages us to believe that we can live happily ever after, merely by holding fast to the past, is a…
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