Friday, February 6, 2009


One of the things that I like best about myself is my intuition. My real ability to feel deeply about things, places and people. I know when things aren't right, or when I am unhappy and I can pretty much pin point the source of the discomfort. The problem arises when I ignore what I know and feel to be true.

Today was a turning point of sorts. What I've known for a long time has finely become clearer. I ignored my own intuition, thinking that perhaps what I knew to be true was just be my imagination. Mistake #1.

No one's opinion of how I think and feel super cedes my opinion of what I think and feel...about the world, the stars the moon or me. Mistake #2

I know full well how the power of suggestion works. I know what manipulation is. If you allow someone to use it on get what you get. Mistake#3

When people tell you who they are, believe them. Do not romanticize their meanness, nastiness, coldness and disrespect. Mistake #4

I own my time. How I spend it is my choice. Giving my time to someone who is undeserving is my fault. Mistake #5

My circle of friends is small and intimate. They know how to love, care and protect me. You cannot call anyone your friend on a whim. Mistake #6

If someone cares about you they do not hurt you. If they do they do not try to make it seem as though their hurting you is your fault. Mistake #7

Stupid is as stupid does. Mistake #8

If someone doesn't bring out the best in you, you do not need them in your circle. Trying to make sense out of the senseless is wasting time. Mistake #9

There is no convincing in love. There is no convincing in friendship. Not realizing those truths is painful. Mistake #10


Tiffany Nicole said...

Reading your list stirred something within me...there is no convincing in love...thank you! I needed that one!

Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

u should write a book of these - very sound parables, you the next Lao

Danie said...


laurie said...

Thinking of you with your bum foot and your big heart and wishing you love, peace and joy. xoxo

Solomon said...

Love this one Lovebabz!

Keith said...

Spoken with true love and wisdom!
How are you doing Lovebabz?

Single Mom Seeking said...

What a beautiful, honest post. I needed this today, too. Thank you.

Thanks thanks for listing Singlemommyhood on your Blogroll!!