Ever feel like you sell yourself short? That you don’t see the potential or promise that you have on the path before you? Do you believe that you don’t have “what it takes” to offer another? If you answered “no” to these questions, that’s awesome. You already have a level of self-assurance that is very admirable and I’m hoping you are grateful. If you answered “yes,” it’s time to overcome the doubt; it’s time to embrace what some of those around you probably already know.
In someone’s life, you are the best thing that has ever come along. You are the “go-to” person, the one that can be counted on. Maybe they don’t get it yet or maybe you don’t get it yet. I’m fairly certain that there are hints or glimpses of a bond that is forming. Perhaps it’s fear that prevents the progress or the possibilities. It’s time to open your eyes, embrace the chance you have been given. It’s time to recognize that you didn’t even realize what you were looking for until it was right in front of you.
Take a good look at those closest to you. Have you told them lately that you love and appreciate them? Do they know that they can count on you, in good times and bad? Maybe you didn’t realize that you wanted to be “that” person to someone else? It’s not about material things or physical attributes; it’s about honesty and your true self. It’s about being able to enjoy your comforts and offer comfort to whoever you feel needs it. It’s about passion; feeling the burn, stoking the flames, grabbing the love where you find it. Don’t be afraid to speak your mind, take your chance, and say what’s in your heart. Whether it’s reciprocal or not, isn’t it better to let someone know how you feel, right out there on the table before it’s too late? Regret is a bitter pill to swallow, try to move forward without them.
Our hearts are kind and our hearts are strong. They expand to let people and love, in and out. Don’t let fear or uncertainty rule your path. Have faith in yourself; you are the best thing, believe THAT…With love…