Elevation Requires Separation by Jaylynn Davis
In life, we tend to hold on to the things that make us feel comfortable. We hold on to the things and the people that bring us joy. However, we ignore the fact that these things may be temporary. People will leave your life, it is inevitable. You must learn how to let people enter and exit your life freely. It is ultimately out of your control. Always remember that if someone is meant to be in your life, they will be. That is without a doubt. What is meant for you will simply be for you. I know it hurts. It hurts a lot. But that separation will ultimately build you. It will make you stronger. It will bring you closer to the best version of yourself. If you learn how to depend on yourself enough to not beg anyone to stay in your life, think about all the opportunities that will open up for you. If you remove that block from your life, you put yourself in a place to attract something even better in your life.
It's hard to think of something better when you have not seen it yet. It is hard to believe that something is there when you cannot see it. That is where faith comes in. Regardless of what you believe, you must have faith that something better is coming. When you truly believe that you deserve better circumstances in life, that is when you will attract them. They will come to you in the most unexpected ways possible and at the most random times in your life. But that is the beauty of life. We never know what is going to happen. One thing we do know is that whatever is going to happen is for the greater good. Whatever happens will happen for a reason. I say this all the time. There is a reason. We may not know it yet and we may never know it, but there is one. We have to trust that the best is yet to come because it truly is.
Freeing yourself from situations that no longer serve you is an act of self-love. You will inevitably elevate yourself by letting go and moving on. It is important to keep moving forward no matter what. You will miss the memories. You will miss the person. You will miss the feelings. But that is the beauty of it. You were lucky enough to care about someone so much that the absence of their presence influences you. That is a blessing in disguise. If you were able to love the wrong person so much, imagine how much you could love the right person. If you were able to feel so loved by someone that was not right for you, imagine how much love you could feel from the right person. Do not give up hope. Your time is coming, and you will realize that the separation was necessary.
Elevation requires separation.