Relationships start with a common mutual interest. There is a line in friendship. The more you grow the more intense that line becomes. The more you grow, the harder it is to maintain a relationship when the other person isn’t growing. If someone isn’t serving you, if a belief isn’t serving you to grow, it needs to be gone. It doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with the other person, it means the relationship no longer serves eachother. The other person will never see you for you who are, because they will always see you for who you’ve been. Sometimes walking in love is walking in distance. The only way we can maintain health and balance in our lives is to remove others. If you are clear about who you are, it’s easy to discern if someone is being genuine in their desire to help you. It is really hard to realize some relationships need to change for everyone’s health and growth.
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Posted by Cody Jefferson on Monday, July 31, 2017
Previously published on Facebook.
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