Find Your Happiness

2) Change your circle, only allow people in your circle who are honest as to why they are your friends:

  • I have heard several times from other believers that they have lost or had to let go of a friend or two because they decided to follow their faith and happiness. I know this may sound mean, but sometimes you have to learn to let things and [sometimes] people go. If you want to get better you don’t put yourself in a place for virus to get into your body and make you sick. The same with people, some people are toxic and that will destroy your happiness. Personally, I lost a few friends that at first I thought were real, but I ended up finding out that there were things they were doing that did not correlate with my faith and being happy. Yes, it was tough, but it had to be done. Nothing is worth your faith and happiness. If it does not make you happy, simply let it go.  Same thing in intimate relationships. If you are not happy consistently with the things that are taking place, you probably are in the wrong relationship-let it go.

I am a 26 year-old educator on the run of becoming all that I can in the time that I have. A few years ago, I embarked on a journey filled with spiritual discoveries, healthy habits, and a passion for education stronger than I've ever had. Learning what to do to become a better person have always interest me. One of my passions is to know a little about everything in order to gain the capability of forming my own opinion so others won't have to do it for me. Another passion that was buried deep inside finally came to the surface and allowed me to see the adventurous side of me. I am on a journey to see the world and do things outside of my comfort zone. I will write all about it along the way!

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