5 Epiphanies to have by 25

Published on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 in ,

I was listening to Chrisette Michele’s “Epiphany,” and I thought of a few epiphanies I’ve had over the last few years. Pure observation has taught me a lot, and every now and then, you have to sit back and learn from situations you’ve been placed in or situations you’ve witnessed others deal with as well. I settled on five to share, and if you have any to add, feel free to share it with us!

True beauty comes from within.
NO matter how many times this is said it seems like we value the physical sides to a person more than their actual mental and emotional side. We, especially us women, put so much pressure on ourselves to look the part when we all should make sure that we have a beautiful spirit inside first. I think of our bodies as large accessories, but your main ensemble is really your personality and the parts of you that can only be felt but not seen. That’s the true measure of a person’s beauty.

Time is too precious to waste on anything and anyone.
Things come and go and so do people. Regret won’t do much for your situation and neither will wishful thinking. Whether you lost a friend or your partner, realize that it all happened for a reason whether it was their fault or yours doesn’t matter. The point is you have to come to terms with it and move on. Time is something you can never get back so spend it wisely on those that truly matter and deserve a place in your life!

Body Bargaining is far from cute.
Certain wages shouldn’t be paid. Finding a sugar daddy should be an era that has come and gone, but as the saying goes, “It ain’t tricking if you got it” still lives on. Actually, that’s true. It ain’t tricking. It’s trifling!

Everyone needs someone!
Too many of us try our best to hide this. No matter how much we can do ALL by ourselves it feels so much better to have someone to share your accomplishments with. More importantly, if you have someone in your life at the moment, make sure you don’t take them for granted. They need to feel like you need them for something. Whether they’re your family, friends, or something more, they need to feel like they have a purpose in your life. How long do you think they’ll stick around if they don’t feel like they’re adding any value to your life?

Good things come to those with GREAT EXPECTATIONS.
If you expect the worst, don’t be surprised when it arrives. You spoke it into existence. Instead, speak positively, and have a hopeful outlook on life. Most importantly, have faith and high expectations and you will surely exceed them.

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