You’re doing well but those around you ain’t.
Some of you may have found yourselves in situations like this; your life is going smoothly, everything is rosy (at least most of it), but a loved one is struggling or doesn’t seem to have it all together.
Do you dim your light for their sake?
You don’t owe anyone any moral right or justification for doing well. Don’t be hard on yourself. If your loved one ask for help, of course you should help but never feel bad for having what you have.
Everyone has their season, you can’t help anyone to be better, they can only help themselves. You can’t change a persons course of life, all you need to do is show love and never be braggadocious about what you have.
You don’t have to hide your wealth or happiness, don’t base your life on what others think, you worked hard for what you have, so don’t be sad about it. Don’t be uncomfortable about your life, in fact, shine your light because when you do, you unconsciously give others permission to do the same.
On the other hand, if you find yourself in a situation where you’re not in the best place in your life, don’t make the people doing well, feel bad about their life, don’t let jealousy eat you up. Jealousy can potentially lead to evil acts.
Always be supportive of your loved ones success, their success doesn’t mean your failure. There’s room for everyone to shine. So, join them in shining their light while you find your own candle stick to lit.
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