I’m slowly learning how to wait, how to be patient, how to stand, how to walk, how to wake up when you close your eyes and how to accept what I do not understand. I’m learning slowly that good things take time and that I can not force anything
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I am slowly learning that I can trust in God and his plans for me. I’m learning slowly how to keep quiet rather than get angry. I learn to be satisfied with what I have, instead of annoying the other supposedly “more” happiness in life. I’m slowly learning the plans just need their time that magic is nothing after you can grab by force and that miracles will find you when the time is right. I’m slowly learning how to accept rejection, how to let go of things that are not meant for me, how to find my self-worth, rather than giving myself self-destruction. Don’t trust the rust. I am slowly learning that rejection is something that I will encounter again and again and it is only a part of life and love. I’m learning slowly that rejection means something better is waiting for me. I’m slowly learning not to compare my life to others
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. I learn that their journey is different than mine, they may have reached a point where the timing is on their side and I still have a lot to learn. I am learning slowly that there are no timelines in life, just learning to live right now and developing your mind and soul. I’m slowly learning how to wait without complaining, without crying, without bitterness, no matter how frustrating it is and no matter how much I wanted something, because I believe that sooner or later you will always get his answers from life, the answer on why I had to wait, why I did not get something and why I had to release certain things. I am slowly learning to push the questions aside until the answers show themselves. I am slowly learning how to live. I slowly begin to understand the life, the universe, the love, the heartache, the rejection, the family, the little world in me and the galaxy in my head. I slowly find the missing pieces of the puzzle and I carefully build my lifework. I’m slowly learning the good things always take the time they need, like a flower that blooms without looking at the clock