The Black Hole…
Unhappiness or negativity is a disease on our planet ~ Eckhart Tolle ~
Have you ever reached a point in your life that you asked your self this question, “how did I get myself here??” beware of the black hole.
Moment to Reflect:
It started with a question, that soon became a disagreement I guess it touched a certain place in my heart. The subject went out of control, I wanted to state my case then it was an argument, the need to explain myself continued, soon I was really getting tired, this is spinning out of control, I am constantly on my phone and can’t seem to concentrate on anything else…,but wait a minute, how did I get myself here!! Surely I didn’t have to do this but I was sucked by the black hole.
Fighting darkness is like fighting with air, no point at all, there’s never sense to it. We can’t convince darkness of anything instead we become it by fighting it, so why fight, when we can be the light. Be the light to our circumstances, be the light to people around us. So often, we want to prove a point, we want to win the argument, we want to make a statement but at what cost? In most of the times, these moments require that we become negative ourselves and the question is, is it worth it!
When ever there is light, darkness just seem to disappear, no negotiations, no arguments and by this, I mean, sometimes being the light, it means stop talking, stop proving the point. People may have certain believes about ourselves but we can’t change those believes by talking ourselves out of it, there comes a time when we just need to be.
Why should we bother about what other people think? Why take offense about what other people say? Unless we are not convinced ourselves of who we are.
It’s in the knowing:
When we know who we are, we are unshakeable, we are firm and grounded in ourselves because we know.
Are you grounded in who you are?
Zanele is an Author of two upcoming books and a Wellness Consultant and Mentor. She has a sparkling personality and a strong catchy spirit and regards herself as ‘reserved extrovert’. As a mother and a friend she is tender-hearted and loving and runs a mentorship programme for pre-teens and teenagers with her daughter. She is passionate about writing/journaling, wellness, personal development and family.